Halloween 2013: Devil’s Carbonara

Still don’t know what to cook today? Try this Tagliatelli Carbonara with a twist. Together with your Poisonous Pumpkin Soup you can make a delicious Autumn menĂş with a creepy look, but a tasty flavour! First, you will need the … Continue reading

Halloween 2013: Poisonous Pumpkin Soup

Boooooh! Today’s Halloween! Finally! I’ve made a recipe that you can add to your Halloween menu. Just add the word “Poisonous” at the beginning and everyone will be frightened to try it! 🙂 You will need:   Pumpkin (the variety … Continue reading

Halloween 2013: The Costume

The Costume is kind of the first thing to check off the list when you are planning Halloween. In this case we have to disguise twice (Once in Halloween, and once in the DĂ­a de los Muertos) In the case … Continue reading

Halloween/DĂ­a de los muertos

  I’m so excited celebration season starts! Haven’t you noticed the major celebrations of the year are all together at the end? My favourite of all is Halloween. Since I remember, I’ve celebrated it, although in my town nobody knew … Continue reading

Midsummer 2013: Music & more

We all know that a party without music is not a party. I’ve decided that the best way to celebrate is with music related to that celebration. In order you don’t have to search for the music yourself, I’ve made a Spotify playlist in order you can listen to what I’ve already chosen for the Midsummer party.

How did I choose the music? Simple! I entered words as “summer”, “california”, “shine”, “let the sunshine”, “let it shine”, “summertime”, “beach”… I’ve also searched for the word Summer in other languages and finally I added some songs that I already related with Summer. You can make your own playlist, but if you don’t have time, that’s why mine was made for!



I know Midsummer is supposed to be celebrated outside, but if it rains, or if you want your guests to watch a movie while you are preparing the barbecue, 500 days of Summer would be a good choice. It is a romantic comedy, but not the typical one.

A book. Yeah, I know…who reads a book at a party! Well, if you choose the right time…When everybody goes to sleep (if they stay) or when they leave, you can read and some great words. In this case, Shakespeare’s words. A Midsummer night’s dream is one of my favourites by Shakespeare, and the theme is perfect for Midsummer.

Have fun today! Don’t forget it’s Midsummer!