Stumbled upon this Tumblr and think it’s hilarious (maybe because I had 1,5 glas of rosé? Mmmm, let me know).
Some of you might have noticed these “humor in motion”-Tumblrs showing up lately. Like WhatShouldWeCallMe. Well, this one brings Berlin on the spot.
If you don’t live in Berlin maybe you’ll learn something new. Or not. But hopefully you will laugh.
(Thank you Julian for the tip)
Haven’t made it to Mulax yet. Which is shame on me cause they always share very seductive dinner invitations.
They now want to bring back the Sonntagsbraten – you know how families would gather for a proper Sunday roast back in the days?
Well here’s what’s on the menu (sorry, too lazy to translate).
I’m unfortunately not in town but if you are here’s the event.
Wildkräutersalat, Anis-Joghurt-Dressing & Speckwürfel
Ruppiner Lammkeule, Röstkartoffeln, Speckbohnen & Jus
Appearantly it can’t get cold enough if you ask me – since I’m willingly going to Moscow on Thursday.
A new world is awaiting. There’s been some talk about a caviar tasting in a penthouse apartment and visiting spectacular event location. Dum-di-dum, we’ll see.
I’ll report…or not…I mean, some stuff might be classified.
I knew there was something about Volker the first time I met him. He worked in BAERCK a wonderful store in Berlin Mitte back then. But I knew what connected us when I found out that he’s a self-taught chef and dedicated foodie (and besides that our fondness of spending Sundays in Panorama Bar).
Apart from having written and published a cook book already Volker now came up with his next great project “Food & Faces” [orig. "VOLKSSPEISUNG - Essen und Gesichter"]. He visits people in their homes, asks them to cook for him and then portraits them.
Here’s a sneak-peak of a recent session with a Majorcan (the German word for that is “mallorquinisch” – so beautiful!) fashion designer who studied at The Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and her German-born partner.
Feel free to send Volker an email on Facebook if you are curious to participate yourself.
I have to be honest and say I think the place is on the limit regarding cleanliness but the food is simply so tasty you close you’re eyes while chewing to get the full experience – problem solved.
Though I don’t eat gluten I have a weakness for french toast and after a french-toast-free year I decided to treat myself. What a treat! I’m sure it’s lethal if you’re not a pro.
Besides the toast the Mexican style breakfast plates are pure foodporn.
Now you know where to go this weekend.
PS: follow me on instagram for instant updates. #anuduakmoment.
If you have no plans on Sunday and dare to defeat the promised minus degrees Berlin Art Link warmly invites you to the De Joode & Kamutzki Winter 2013 Auction presented in collaboration with Pampero Colectivo.
It’s an innovative online/offline things were live-stream video and remote bidding will be provided to serve as a portal between the Berlin location and the New York City satellite location at Stadium Gallery in the Chelsea gallery district. Very 2013!
Begin Berlin 18.00.
Berlin location: Karl-Marx-Allee 78, 10243 Berlin
New York location: Stadium Gallery, 548 W. 28th Street Suite 636, New York, NY.
Register to reserve your spot: firstname.lastname@example.org or try and come spontaneously.
View the artists and artworks online on dejoodeandkamutzki.com/auction
Wow, didn’t realize I haven’t been posting here since November!
Hope you’ve been getting some updates on facebook or instagram #anuduakmoment.
The Grand Opening was yesterday. Hope you will grant us a visit over the next six weeks if you are in Berlin and feel like an extraordinary dining experience!
Looking on my instagram account I just noticed that I have very few people on my pictures.
I do actually meet people in everyday life. Yes! And I have one or two friends as well. Seems I’m just much more interested in taking pictures of food and places. Hmm. Ok. Will make an effort to share people too – those who are keen on being shared.
If you need a new hairdo you now know where to go.
So Mano, I’m excited to see the result when we meet again.
Because it’s Friday here’s some Irish s(t)imulation.
I’ve always fancied Oliver Rath for his provocative pictures but I’m especially impressed by his project “Lasst Uns Kind Sein”.
In September Rath flew to Togo with the Team from the “RTL charity marathon” to document the project but also created a number of children portraits. Here are some of the photos. See the rest here.
The charity? He collected around €10.000 that will be used to finance an eye clinic in Lome.