Visit Malaga

Hello Everybody,

Those of you who know how cold and dark England can be from October till February might understand why it is so great to get on the plane and see the sun for a long weekend (at least) ;-).
This time I went to see my very good friend Judit who lives there. It was still super nice and sunny and it really helped me to charge up! We hadn’t met for 20 years before I went on this trip so we had a lot to catch up on however thanks to Facebook we have always kept in touch! And it wasn’t surprising at all that we still like the same things, talk the same and finish each others sentences.
Malaga is magical, with it’s sun and cool beach you can also go to the city as well and do so much more.
Highly recommended! Go to Malaga!

Love, An
The Get Inspired London Team

Christmas markets in London

Hello Everybody,

there is one thing you shouldn’t miss if you are in London in December: Winter Wonderland in Hyde park! I love all the Christmas markets, they are fun and beautiful and all very unique however Hyde park is a must! We have checked out 3 main ones around the city and created a short teaser for you. Food, great shops, fun fairs, ice-skating, music and sausages and many more. We hope you like it 🙂
Thanks to Dora and Sarah who came with me, much appreciated!

Love, An
The Get Inspired London Team

Let’s bake – Honey man

Hello Everybody,

this week we were baking and we chose the Hungarian version of the gingerbread man which I just call ginger man. This yummy version hasn’t got ginger in it but we use honey (a lot)!
It is very easy to make, last for weeks and you will be very popular in the office or within the family. Trust me, it has been tested many many times. It is easy to make, fun with kids as well and it might inspire you to get into baking 🙂

Ingredients (using a general 2,5 dl mug):

8 mug plain flour (1kg)
1,5 mug icing sugar (30 dkg / 0.3kg)
3 spoon bicarbonate of soda
1 spoon mixed spices & 1 spoon cinnamon
30 dkg / 0.3 kg margarin r butter (room temperature)
1 mug honey (2,5dl)
3 eggs

Just mix the dry ingredients then the rest, mix it all up until it is like a ball, add some flout if it is too sticky but not much because when you start to use the forms you need flour anyway.
Once you have a nice ball you can start to make the shapes. Put them on baking paper and put them in the oven for 10 min max on 180 degrees (never more). Once they are all cold you can start to decorate them. It is really that easy 🙂 I would never make anything which is too complicated… Life is too short.

We hope you like it!

Love,
An