Hello and happy Friday! We are getting ready to head down to Sydney for tomorrow’s North Sydney farmers market (see you there if you can make it!), so I won’t linger here too long.
But before signing off, I just wanted to send my apologies for not posting a Friday List last week – we were busy getting ready for our Farm Kitchen lunch, plus our internet connection was moving at a snail’s pace and I just didn’t have the time or inclination to wait around for my favourite pages to load! Have a great weekend everyone, and happy reading (there are some goodies here below!).
Above are just a few pictures from our week here at the farm; my favourite flowers in my favourite vase, the deer looking pretty happy with lots of lovely feed all around, baking bread and butter pudding for a friend, a quiet day at home yesterday with Tom and a piccie of our Farm Kitchen guests arriving in style for a private booking this week.
The Friday List
I admit I have a bit of a crush on the French author of this blog Like a Strawberry Milk. She is just so cool, clever and, well, French. This post is my favourite of hers but the whole blog is chock-full of awesomeness. Grab a coffee and settle in for some top notch scrolling.
Don’t we all love a pistachio cake, and this one with chocolate looks extra delicious
Gossip and cake with Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury gang
Armchair travel – South of France? Oh yes please. And this Portuguese B&B looks pretty incredible too. I’d quite like to have a pool like that one day…
This lobster-bake looks like one-hell-of-a-cool family gathering. Via a new favourite, Olive and Oak
Another new discovery for me this week is Australian blog Daydream Lily – not a great deal of food here but lots of bright, beautiful Australian design and homewares to drool over. Gorgeous.
The first completely waste free supermarket is about to open in Berlin – this place looks incredible!
This fantastic new website is an ever-growing directory to road side produce stalls around Australia. Such a cool idea.
The Cook and Curator is such a wonderful blog and source of information on our colonial food heritage. Seriously good reading to be had in here. I find myself lost in each post for ages. –
Mini champagne cakes from the always beautiful/clever and inspiring My name is Yeh
That bread and butter pudding looks outstanding, by the way. Maybe we can work out a trade. : )