This piece of art is used in all over the world to decorate churches around Easter time. Although it sounds like an interesting snack, the recipe I use is not only easy and quick to prepare, but also gives excellent results with fried or oven-baked potatoes.
The art was painted by the famous Dutch painter Pieter Bruegel in 1560 and can be seen at the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Austria.
WINE RACK Wine my be one of the biggest gifts of life. It is a drink that has been enjoyed by humans for centuries, and its popularity does not seem to be waning any time soon. Whether you are new to wine or consider yourself a connoisseur, wine racks provide the perfect way to store and display your favorite bottles…
APPLE MUSCRAT DIGITAL PRINT The spirit of the kitchen lives in the light and symmetry of the painting. What feels like a small window into the world of a simple Greek kitchen is illuminated by the use of line, shape and value. Gathering around the checkerboard tiles and strengthening cultural bonds inspire the viewer to appreciate the joy of cooking.
Vichon provolone salad This still life previsionary masterpiece emulates a romanticized dream like Parisian late lunch or a petite dejeuner. With the light shining in from the trees, it casts an illuminated glow that backlights the delicate fromage. The cheese looks so fresh and appetizing, you can almost smell its aroma.
Champagne crawfish is a piece of art of nature. It’s a rare species of crawfish that lives only in the Northern Territory of Australia, more precisely on the Daly River. This species is considered extinct for several years now, but its wonderful bright color made it immortal. People are trying to reproduce the last existing “Champagne” crayfish by using eggs…