1 – sheep & hare egg holder – Liberty London, 5 – Gosia Guzy ceramics, 6- Polish traditional Boleslawiec Pottery, Coasters – Muji

I think 2 years ago I did this one post how to cut a sweatshirt, which basically showed how to use a pair of scissors… but I promise this isn’t another instalment of the occasional My Readers are Kindergarteners posts (always unintentional!). I was starving in the bus home and googled ‘Sandwich Fillers’ – yes, of all things, wish I’d googled how to cook Pho. A trip to the Turkish store for a loaf of fresh-basked Corek bread and several failed attempt at boiling the eggs later here we are with the most random recipe post. Well, considering that my biggest feat in the kitchen of late was not burning water when making coffee, I guess we can say this was a eyebrow lifting experience. For me at least, hey don’t tease :(

Eggs Mayonnaise

4 Eggs, 3 tablespoon mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard, small handful chopped fresh dill, 2 pinches paprika powder, ¼ red onion diced, salt and ground pepper to taste

Boil eggs; when cooled, peel and chop. Combine the egg, mayonnaise, mustard, dill, paprika, onion and salt and pepper in a large bowl, mash with a fork.

Easier than peeing in your pants.

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  1. one tablespoon of mayo?! i can’t believe that, i used about 5!

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    oh oops you’re right, I started with one and then poured the rest of the truckload in… thanks for pointing that out!

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  2. Oh yum x

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  3. how yummy pretty and delicious that looks. you are making me hungry!
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  4. A sandwich filler never looked so delectable! You make the recipe look like clean artwork.

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  5. pasta jajeczna!!! yummy!!!

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  6. Belas fotos!

    Bom apetit!

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  7. Mmmmmmm the sandwich looks delish….gawd what’s wrong with yolk? I love yolk.

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  8. Yum that looks great! I love your photos too, they’re always so nice x

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  9. looks really delicious!
    <3

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  10. Love the pictures, which camera have yuu used here?

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    Canon 5D Mark II :)!

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    @Shini, what lens did you use for these shots?

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    Canon 50mm f1.2!

  11. This looks amazing…yum yum yum! :)

    xx

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  12. if i was starving on my way home, i would stop by the store or some drive-thru and binge on horrible food haha. i think you’re pretty amazing for even looking up a recipe, going out and getting ingredients, and then making it! super delayed gratification

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  13. culinary enlightenment from ms. park – goodness help us…

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  14. This is such a beautiful post. It looks delicious and I love the hover-over instructions and ingredients. it’s really great graphics and presentation

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  15. Glorified snack or not, this looks delicious! I always love food posts..

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  16. These photos are so stunning. Almost can’t take it…

    Cheers,
    -C

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  17. emma

    HOLY MOTHER OF MAYO. you just got all luxirare on our asses.

    luvvvvvvs it x

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  18. Omona… make me starving :( thank you!

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  19. such pretty food photos! i love the bright sunny white quality~
    can’t go wrong with eggs~
    that little bunny and egg holders are so damn cuuuuute!
    xoxo

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  21. Helen

    Ah I’m so hungry hehe
    Also the little details like that bunny are so sweet:}

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  22. Helen

    And I don’t know how long it’s been there but I just noticed that the Park & Cube sign changes when you hover over it, :P so pretty

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  24. Jia

    This looks delicious – I must try it as an afternoon snack one day…

    On a side note, I’m pretty sure this is the most aesthetically pleasing recipe I have ever seen.

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  25. YUMMYYYY.omg. Are you going to do a food blog now?
    :P

    P.s. So did you get any nice goodies while you were in greece?

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    Hhaa I’m going to EVERY BLOG muhhahhah. Nah no goodies, we were in the middle of NOWHERE! Except 2 staff from the hotel we were the only ones there so that was pretty interesting ;)

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  26. That looks amazing!

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  27. this looks so delicious and lovely at the same time!
    absolutely in love with all your photos ♥

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  28. Oh my, photography and presentation stunning as per usual! But unlike your usual posts I am now hungry and angry at the lack of food in my house…

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  29. Looks so good!

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  30. Your photos make it look DELISH! It’s the composition and the lovely decor that makes your food photos stand out.

    And hey! Its easy to burn coffee so you’re doing pretty good :)

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  31. seems to be very good!
    great photos!

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  32. food looks delish! especially that bread!

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  33. Mmmmmm looks so delicious!

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  34. Nice! looks good… Love the little bunny! :D

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  35. I would love to be eating that right now.

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  36. This looks really so very good.

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  37. looks delicious and cute! xx

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  38. i love your posts. I especially ones like this one where everything is broken down at the perfect moments.

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  39. Yum, yum.. Great tip! Happy sunday! XO Rebecca

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  40. it looks simple recipe to do but what makes it look more special because those picture that you took, very pretty :)

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  41. looks delicious…I am gonne make me one of those now:)

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  42. Yummers! I love egg mayo and I’m a huge fan of food posts. It’s almost midnight but I have such an urge to make egg mayo sandwiches!

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  43. Foooooooood. I love food posts! T x

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  44. This is literally my favorite sandwich/snack/meal what have you.

    delish – thanks for the lovely snaps of what quite possibly made me run to the fridge to start hard boiling some eggs. :)

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  45. didi

    Cool, i like ur photos, natural and beautiful.
    Could u tell what kind of camera u use? Thanks.

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  46. Delicious as always!

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  47. sandra

    you are a stunning photographer!!

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  48. beautifully delicious!

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  49. I love these sort of posts! I am spending far too much money on eating out for lunch and I keep saying to myself that I am going to start making lunch and taking it into uni but i am crap at making anything decent/appetising. Definitely trying this XO

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  50. oh ! I’m starving now, and I’ve just finished my cereals ! yes 21 pm and I eat cereals, I wish I know cooking !

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  51. Looks absolutely delicious! Love the little rabbbit.

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  52. These pictures are so incredibly nice!!

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  53. Stop iit! I was excited for curry tonight and now I just want this! Shini you better watch out or you might just become a chef, this is amazing! Adore your displays and props, its just beautiful :) very inspiring xxx

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  54. You should do this more often, I love it. And the pictures with it are also nice!
    And I am definitely going to try this at home… :)

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  55. Your blog is a great inspiration for me and my work! Love it!

    Follow you!!

    :)

    Kisses

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  56. Mmm that looks scrumptious!
    I also love the little speech bubble overlay on the ingredients, very clever!

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  57. Looks so good!

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  58. i think it’s good for my diet.. :) *isn’t it????

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  59. I admire your attention to details.

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  60. glorified indeed! looks great, i’m going to try to this soon. btw, peeing in your pants is actually quite difficult. seriously. try it. i bet you can’t. :P

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  61. magnifiques images !!!!

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  62. aah i love this blog so much!

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  64. Nicole

    I just made this then, and it was so yum! Thanks for the simple, yet delightful recipe. Love your blog xo

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  65. Delicious!!!

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