- Yummi Design is a design bureau based in Copenhagen, founded by art director Signe Boye. Signe creates graphic design, art-direction and visual concepts for clients within food and health. This blog is all about her passion and love for food + the obsession of typography, bright colors and images, all tasty and full of mmm… Enjoy.
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by the way…
All designs, text and photos on Yummi Design blog are all about inspiration. I do not have copyright for all I publish, but I do my best to credit all the creators. Please let me know if I forget to credit your work proper. You are welcome to use parts from the blog – please ask me first + remember to credit Yummi Design.
Alle designs, tekster og billeder på Yummi Design blog er til inspiration. Jeg har ikke rettighederne til alle billeder på bloggen, medmindre andet er angivet. Hvis du evt. vil bruge dele bloggens indhold eller billeder som tilhører Yummi Design, spørg venligst + husk at kreditere Yummi Design.
ALLE PHOTOS from Blood & Champagne
My Emma’s day. A lovely, sunny Spring day – with friends and family. Big 9. It is just a few years before she get too old for hugs and mom’s kisses. A pre teen age full of “I’m a big cool girl/I’m a tiny, little girl-essues”. The time flies so very fast. Love to have a rewind buttom. Or just a pause to enjoy it all a bit more.
“Time flies, whether you’re wasting it or not.” ― Crystal Woods
ALL PHOTOS Pinterest here
AND why I love the slow tea infuser? Watch this:
One of the things I love most is discovering unique foods that much of the world has never heard of. Or like her to get inspired and find new variations and twists of classic food products. Dean & Deluca are masters of having new gourmet pics on their shelfs. Lucky me from overseas in Copenhagen – they also have them online!ABOVE: Oat meal – Irish? Stell cut? I have no idea why it should be 14$ worth but the can is more than lovely!
BELOW: Not sardines but octopus in olive oil, would love to taste them on toast avec crisp bubbles. Italian Pine Bud syrup from the Dolomite Mountains area. Should be super tasteful on panna cotta, skyr, ice cream, or mmmm… drizzled over ricotta – just go on – yummi!
Boat Street Pickled Figs are made from Black Mission figs bathed in a sweet syrup of red wine, cane sugar, balsamic vinegar, rosemary and sea salt. Bring them on!
Hood River Valley Bartlett pears and roasted hazelnuts, with a little extra zing from cinnamon and lemon zest. On toast, ice cream, pound cake, pancakes and waffles? Oh yes. Or just straight from the jar ;o) ENJOY.