The Friday List
Just can’t wait to get my hands on a copy of this book – what a gorgeous sneak peak! Thank you Emma.
Would you like to live in an agrihood? According to this New York Times article – loads of Americans do and would. Such a great concept.
Crispy salt and pepper French toast? Sounds confusing but looks delicious…And also from I am a Food Blog, this miso coconut chicken looks like the perfect Sunday night comfort food. But I could also go for Emiko Davies’ pizza with mozzarella and speck. Or maybe something a bit exotic but still comfortably in the comfort food spectrum like Yotam Ottolenghi’s mejadra recipe.
And I really wouldn’t mind waking up this Cardamonm-toasted millet breakfast bowl with summer berries from my new blog crush Dolly and Oatmeal.
Had enough of kale chips? Lets switch to cabbage ones then.
This week’s armchair travel – and a warning, this place is so beautiful it’s almost hard to look.
Yowsers these guys know how to cater an event with style. I love everything about this post; from the canapes to the Neil Young performance.
This party, according to its host, was a bit Gone with the Wind, a bit Great Gatsby and a bit Seven Brides for Seven Brothers – according to me, it looks just plain awesome. Beautifully photographed by Jennifer Emerling.
Favourite pinners this week:
Are you on Pinterest? I am (find me here) – and have been especially loving the piccies from these guys:
Nathan Williams, founder of Kinfolk magazine so of course it’s all achingly beautiful and cool.
Favourite instagram-ers this week:
BabyMac – Beth is one cool lady (do you know her blog? It’s awesome) and I always love her little insights into what looks like a pretty darn beautiful life in the NSW Southern Highlands.
Louisa Brimble of Alphabet Journal – so clever, lovely and generous. This instagram feed is just like the lady herself!
Ps – you can find me here on Instagram.