Good morning all! Here are a few links for your reading pleasure today, and some photos from the snowy week that was/is here on our farm…
The Friday List
This Seed pate recipe from 101 Cookbooks looks like a pretty handy little number.
Might put some of the gorgeous citrus in season right now to use and make David Lebovitz’s homemade tonic water.
Muscovado chocolate chip sandwiches from the ever cool Turntable Kitchen.
I love almond milk and cold brew coffee so will definately give this recipe a go.
And just in case you missed it….we announced a pretty exciting new workshop on Wednesday. Bookings open for this one next Wednesday.
Dear people who live in tiny houses….
‘Cooking with bears – healthy recipes by hairy men’ and ‘Smoothies for human beauty by Ricky Martin’, are these really cookbooks? Yes – and there are weirder ones out there too. Check out this hilarious quiz by Eater. Just a bit of fun.
Really loving this Tumblr feed by stylist Ginny Branch – an overdose of beautiful images.
I’m heading to Victoria next week to co-host a winter baking workshop with the gorgeous Tamin of Tamsin’s Table. We’ll be making cinnamon knots and apple cake and it’ll be fun. Two spots are still available so if you are or can be there – come along! More info here.
Love the look of this banana buttermilk cake from the gorgeous, and new (to me) blog House of Brinson.
I was very chuffed to see my cardamom coffee recipe over on gorgeous Megan’s blog ‘white enamel pie dish’. Check out her recent posts for many more great recipes, including this nutmeg cake which I can’t wait to try.
Sian Therese says
Those pictures are incredible, I wish I was going up somewhat near you to visit my husband this weekend instead of him coming to me. I want to play in the snow! This list was a delight to read as I make some mulled wine and patiently wait for him to walk through the door. The article on tiny houses … hilarious!
Jane @ Shady Baker says
I just cannot believe the photos of the snow that are popping up all over the interweb. Isn’t it just amazing…I have never seen snow! Gorgeous, distracting links as always Sophie, thank you x
June Molloy Vladička says
Loving all these snowy photos, Sophie. I was in Bathurst just a few weeks ago and couldn’t get over how warm and sunny it was – I was out walking in just a t-shirt. I think the snow started just after I left. It looks beautiful but hope it’s not causing you too many problems. Here in Lithuania we’re used to deep snow but I reckon it’s a relative rarity in NSW!
A year in my garden says
It’s amazing how snow transforms the landscape into a beautiful winter wonderland. Love your photos.