loving….

Fetta Sourdough || cityhippyfarmgirl

 Loving….

sneaking a little bread creativity into those otherwise long days looking after sick, unwell little people.

Newcastle obelisk || cityhippyfarmgirl

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Late afternoon light. It’s always changing and makes you look at things just that little bit differently.

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Loving….

Seeing my work in print in the current edition of the lovely Earth Garden. That’s pretty exciting, I’m not sure that will ever get old for me.

cityhippyfarmgirl || cityhippyfarmgirl

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Awesome food baked by someone else. Mind blowingly awesome tastyness (yes, all the wonderful descriptive words are there.) If you are in Newcastle, Baked Uprising is where you might want to go. Oh yes you might. (Cardamom tart, lemon crumble, lemon and white chocolate tart, and sourdough danish.)

What have you been loving lately?

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[“Often life’s pleasures pass us by simply because we don’t take a moment to focus on them… Make a point of noticing everyday something that uplifts your spirit or tickles your heart… Stop to breathe in the joy of this moment and then tell someone about it. Share your joy and revel in it. When your joy is savoured, and then shared, it is magnified…” ROBIN GRILLE]

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32 thoughts on “loving….

  1. Your nautilus bread is amazing Brydie. Lucky little people at your house! Trying to sneak in a bit of cooking creativity here too (enormous jam tarts!) whilst looking after my own unwell little person. Earth Garden looks like a beautiful mag – huge congrats. Nothing more thrilling than seeing your own stuff in print, on paper! Lovely-looking photos.

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    • Thanks Saskia. It is a really lovely magazine, so it’s a big proud moment for me.
      Hope your pint sized one gets better soon….jam tarts should help. I hear there are health properties in them 🙂

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  2. i’m loving your loving brydie..stunning looking bread ..and photos of course..but huge accolade for your inclusion in earth garden..am going to buy it asap..hope you little ones get better soon..x

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  3. It’s like smellivision… I’m looking at your gorgeous bread and smelling the baking smells from my oven. Congrats on getting published in Earthgarden. I’m a subscriber so I get it the mail. This month’s magazine is waiting on the lounge room table for me to make the most of a quiet time with a cup of tea. I’ll look forward to reading your article.

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  4. I hear ya sista on loving that late afternoon light. Snap (like same-same and also clicky-clicky). What I like about the winter afternoon light is you can’t dilly dally – it’s such a short amount of time you’re playing with. Lone wolf says it’s good for sharpening the hunting instinct 🙂

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    • hehehe, Lone Wolf is right. Dead right. The obelisk shot and the new header was the same afternoon, with the beautiful light. I had a two year old sitting on my back and I was lying on wild fennel (I didn’t know until later) Couldn’t move though as the light, the LIGHT was going to change.

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  5. That bread looks so beautiful. Almost too gorgeous to eat.
    I am loving the new Earth Garden format. As usual it is filled with articles about amazing people doing amazing things.
    I hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  6. Congratulations on your spread in Earth garden. Well done. Sorry to hear you have the usual sick winter children, still you put that time to good use.

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  7. So excited for you re Earth Garden Brydie, I’ll pick up a copy shortly. I do hope the little people are much better very soon, do look after yourself.

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  8. Earth Garden is a lovely read and I wait impatiently for this magazine to come on the shelf. So glad you are being featured this time. I’m making marmalade today so I have just been reading through your recipes and hints. Thanks for the joy you add to my day. Mirri

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  9. How exciting! Congratulations. I keep old Earth Garden mags under my car seats for those “waiting moments.” I’ll buy this issues this week for sure! Hope you all feel better soon.

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  10. Earth Garden looks like an awesome magazine with beautiful pictures – congrats on being in it – too exciting! Baked goods always make me happy too! I’ll take a good cake over a diamond ring any day (luckily my husband knows it).

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  11. OOOH Bread Fibonacci! I have been too busy helping Stevie-boy install a 10 000 litre rainwater tank to bake but I may have rustled up some delicious coconut cream and kefir lime curry noodles and I may have held the hose for the pressure spray so that Steve didn’t fall off the roof cleaning it, and I may have helped chop a week’s worth of wood for our wintry wasteland that we call home at the moment…now we have waiting of our own, for that water tank to start filling up. What a delicious sound! LERVE that Fibonacci bread (if you hold it up to your ear can you hear the sea?) 🙂 By the way DEAD proud of you for that gorgeous mag shoot, lubbly jubbly stuff ma’am 🙂

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  12. I’m sure if I had my work in print I’d never grow tired of looking at it either. Congratulations! Sorry to hear your little people have been unwell – I think the plagues arrived with the abrupt change in temperature xx

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  13. LOVING that scrolly bread and that your work has been printed. Super huge congrats, very exciting! Today I’m loving the beautiful plate of Salmon with citrus and snow pea salad I ate earlier for dinner. #yarm. 🙂

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