Marta Greber - What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today?

Marta Greber - What Should I Eat For Breakfast Today?

Breakfast and Wanderlust (English episode)
1 Stunde 19 Minuten


vor 2 Jahren
Marta is an adventurer - driven by curiosity and trust. She
explored New Zealand in a camper van with her 2-year old daughter
and even when the van broke in the middle of nowhere she felt they
were safe. She travelled around South America on her own, taking
precautions and cutting her hair short as matches and adorning her
face with not the cutest glasses to cause anything but attraction.
Marta avoids risks but she doesn't miss a chance when she sees it.
Australia, South East Asia, Europe, there isn't really a dirt road
she hasn't been on yet. When it comes to very spontaneous, very
intuitive decisions that always lead to a good ending, no one beats
the Grebers: be it on her own or together with her husband, Tomasz,
and their daughter, Mia, living in their camper van called Thelma -
Marta says she's Louise but hopes for a better ending than in the
movie; be it backpacking, or moving to a new country for good. I
first heard of Marta when I started my own blog and found endless
inspiration in hers, on What Should I Eat for Breakfast Today?. Her
photography drew me into her digital wonderland of breakfasts and
traveling. Her pictures are full of joy, depth, and color. Marta
has a great talent, she can tell a story in a single picture. Once,
many years ago, she shared a picture of a dish that was shoot on an
old Yves Klein-blue door. The contrast of the blue surface and the
spring green food made the dish almost pop out of the screen. Marta
is the reason why both of my books have blue covers.  Always
drawn to breakfasts - years ago she told me it's the only time of
the day that you can really plan - it was in Australia when she
felt overwhelmed by the variety and excitement that this meal of
the day can bring to your life and table. Banana bread and
pancakes, Dutch baby and chunky cookies, Finish pannukakku,
shakshuka, Portuguese pastel de nata - her insatiable Wanderlust
and appetite became the endless source of inspiration for her food
blog, one of the most popular blogs in the last 10 years. Her life
wasn't meant to be so adventures from the beginning. Marta grew up
in Poland, still experiencing the communist system in her childhood
years. She studied law, married early, and for a long time she
didn't even question that she would live a settled life in Poland.
However, her first long trips to the US, living in Australia
together with her husband followed by various adventures in South
East Asia, they all changed her. So as she went back to
Poland, reflecting about where she sees herself at that point in
her life, she decided to take the time to figure exactly that out.
She didn't want to be a lawyer but she had no idea what the next
steps should be, she couldn't see her future yet as a successful
blogger, photographer, and journalist but she grabbed the chance to
find that out. For this podcast episode, Marta shared her recipe
for flourless Chocolate Peanut Butter Chickpea Cookies with me. You
can find all the blog posts about the Meet in My Kitchen podcast
episodes including my guests' recipes on under
'Meet in Your Kitchen'. INSTAGRAM: GUEST: RECIPE:
MIX: Kraatz Studios MEIKE PETERS:
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