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Favourite posts this week

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:: Roasted cocoa cookies? Sounds too intriguing to ignore…

:: Simply stunning photos of Sicily

:: I love a good picnic and definitely agree that they can lift your spirits!

:: Komorebi is my favourite :)

:: Beautiful fig and almond tart, or fig cornbread – if only we had fig trees down the road again!

:: I neeeeeed to make these crisps. Now.

:: Liking healthy foods is a choice – YES!

Wishing you a happy and healthy weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: This glass house is so beautiful

:: Speaking of beautiful, I love Audrey

:: Absolutely going to make this for C when he is older. Too cute!

:: Completely jealous of this adorable family and their upcoming adventures, will be keeping an eye on what they get up to :)

:: Not a melon fan, but these photos are stunning

:: Brownies + ganache + pistachios = weekend treat!

:: Now for a slightly healthier weekend treat, berry tart

This weekend C’s nursery is hosting a summer party which should be fun, plus we get to see my brother and sister-in-law who are moving back to the area. HAPPY!!!

Have a wonderful weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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All grown up. Sigh!

:: We are thinking about cutting back on our beloved coffee, save a little money and save on the caffeine too. Can I substitute it for these pancakes?

:: Leyla has some great food photography tips (that I really need to take note of!)

:: In honour of national breastfeeding month (p.s. I love this blog)

:: I am grateful not to feel this way when I eat sugar. We don’t eat that much, but I’m not ready to quit altogether.

:: Speaking of sugar, I love this Foundations series. This week Emma looks at meringues, and they sure look beautiful.

:: Cute! Plus I’d like to live in a house like this one.

:: My kind of salad

:: Pretty looking paleo bread.(We’ll pass on the fennel, though)

Hope your weekend has been great so far! We are trying to cope with a very teethy little one. Surely the last teeth by now? So far all he has eaten today is frozen peas!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: Last night I made our rhubarb and ginger polenta cake, but this weekend I may try this strawberry and lemon version – sounds amazing.

:: I love washi tape :)

:: These crepes are possibly too beautiful to eat

:: I find Jack hugely inspiring – have you checked out her blog too?

:: This sounds like a lovely dessert, but anything with apricots works for me at the moment.

:: Beetroot Feta burgers – saves me getting a BBQ ;)

:: Found these guidelines for feeding children after a year interesting, but as with all baby advice take it with a pinch of salt (we also give C full fat dairy, for example).

:: Tin can ice cream? Genius!

:: Lastly, Clotilde is one of my all-time heroes :)

Have a lovely weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: We love pancakes in this house. Plenty of inspiration (and probably too much sugar?) here.

:: These (stunning!) photos make me want to find a field and go running!

:: Making pie more beautiful – number 12 is my favourite.

:: From pie to tart, this one looks deeeelish. This one too! (and from a lovely blogger I met last weekend :))

:: Peaches and nectarines remind me of living in France, were we really there a year ago?

:: My sister-in-law has thousands of gooseberries in her garden. I’ve suggested making this curd.

:: For those of you (crazy people!) who can survive without breakfast. *warning: explicit recipe*

Wishing you a very happy weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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Sorry…

I have been a slacker, but things have been BUSY here!

:: I love this little jacket. My knitted socks fell apart so I might find a different project for now

:: A new snack for C, perhaps. He is no longer tolerating oatcakes, rice cakes or pita bread!

:: Apricot Tart to die for

:: Most of my favourite things in a milkshake – yes!!

:: Our (few) home-grown strawberries are nearly ready, but I think we will just eat them! If we do make some jam, it would (hopefully) look something like this one

:: Speaking of strawberries, these popsicles would be amazing, were we to have any sort of warm weather ;)

:: Katie is the best, right?

:: Love the sound of this prune tart

Hope you have had a lovely week and weekend!

Life has been so busy (but good) and it looks like I am returning to work (part-time) soon. We have been trying to settle C into a nursery which hasn’t been fun, but hopefully it will get a little easier in time.

I’ve started a new coursera course, who knows if I will find the time to do it all, but so far so interesting!

Food has been the last thing on my mind which is why there hasn’t been much to share! I need to organise myself a little better, especially as I’ll be working, and I’ll make something for you soon.

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: Food around the world (interactive quiz) – I have a lot to learn!

:: We attempted our first baked doughnuts a few weeks ago. I wasn’t that impressed. Next time it’ll be this recipe I use

:: My life in sourdough looks cute. Great name too

:: Famous lookalikes. Who has the time to figure these out??!!

:: Wish I was attending ravelry revelry this weekend

:: Rhubarb cream cheese hand pies. Picnic perfection!

:: Yesterday I walked around town looking for somewhere that sold gelato. I was on a mission. I didn’t find it, but was given a free iced coffee. Score! In future I’ll make my own, though

:: Strawberry inspiration

:: I love reading about how other people are feeding their little ones

:: Fun ideas for summer

:: Excited to read this book when it’s published – my pantry needs help!

Wishing you a merry weekend, ours will mostly be spent picnicking outdoors :)

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: Like the idea of this photo series

:: I love these cards, and the name of the website is amazing :)

:: What does your kitchen say about you? (Mine would probably say “clean me”)

:: We found British raspberries at the market today, this Baked Alaska might be just the thing for them

:: Great interview with Ottolenghi - who knew he was a Pilates instructor!?

:: The ultimate club sandwich, indeed.

:: Things on dogs

:: I LOVE prunes, and it looks like they are making a comeback

:: This chocolate cake is my idea of heaven

:: Salads in jars – what a cool idea!

Happy Weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: I really fancy making some jam and this rhubarb, vanilla and cardamom combination is just my sort of thing. Oooh but so is bacon jam – I don’t care if “it’s SO 2011″ :)

:: Would love to lick this bowl clean. Sorry, that may have been too much…

:: If I don’t make a dip with our next bunch of beetroot, I’m likely to make this gratin instead

:: Love Joel’s circus and can’t wait until C is ready for this kind of fun

:: Great photo project: Delicatessen with Love

:: How long has Geoguessr been around? It’s addictive! I’m useless!

:: Speaking of addictive, would you rather…?

Wishing you a very happy (long) weekend!

Bake

xoxo

Favourite posts this week

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:: It’s that time of year – How to prepare and cook artichokes

:: I’ve never had a butter tart, but this might be the one to start with

:: Fresh garlic and what to do with it. Love, love, love the use of the membranes. So clever!

:: Beautiful photos and a delicious sounding strawberry jam

:: We are absolutely going to try Joy’s white chocolate rose cake

Wishing you all a happy, healthy weekend!

Bake

xoxo