22.12.2014

PURO Q&A: Eliza Mórawska / White Plate

People and spaces create the essence of a city. Architecture, unusual places and objects, strange nooks, well-known paths, emotions, and memories. In our cycle PURO Q&A we ask those who inspire us about their ways of creating and experiencing cities. Artists, designers, and creators of the contemporary urban world.

Today, a person who’s going to give answers to our questions is Eliza Mórawska - a culinary blogger, photographer and author of two books: “White Plate – Słodkie” and a recently published “On apples”. According to her, taste gives pleasure not only to a palate but also to eyes.


Eliza has recently visited the PURO Poznań Hotel and got fascinated with our cuisine and interiors. Have a look at how beautifully she has described them!

 

 

 

The way I experience the city is …

By means of all senses

 

When I feel like meeting people …

I meet my friends for wine

 

When I want to relax…

I stay at home and, after turning off my phone and computer, I prepare a pile of sandwiches and a thermos flask of tea with lemon and put it on a night table. Then, I jump into bed, immerse in my favorite books, and turn on some good music. It all feels like heaven.

 

I walk…

a lot. Most willingly on small streets. I love old houses and their stories as well as old gardens.

 

I discover…

That locals give the best advice as to where to go to eat with relish

 

I find treasure...

On Instagram and at beautiful things marketplaces. Thanks to them I have discovered how many talented people is all around us; people, who, with their own hands, create magnificent, unique objects with which I like to surround myself.

 

The taste of the city is…

The taste of good coffee and regional cuisine

 

Things I always carry with me are…

a camera and a notebook with a pen

 

In my suitcase I pack…

a book

 

 

 

 
photo: courtesy of White Plate
 
 
 
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