Somewhat late in arrival.... here is the July List. I do apologise for not posting this little collection of reading and links earlier, but things have been rather hectic here recently with Tim and I moving around like like ships in the night, travelling to and from Sydney for farmers markets and around the countryside for work.
I'm just back from a night in Mudgee (see above) where I caught up with a few farmers for my book. Speaking of which.... the manuscript is due in just a few weeks and time is hurtling along, so I'll sign off for now and get back to my writing. Happy reading! Sophiex
- She Sows Seeds is such a beautiful blog, full of images and words that really bring its author's South Australian country home to life. I particularly loved this post, featuring one of my favourite recipes from one of my favourite books, A Years' Worth
- They Draw and Cook is a fantastic website bringing artists and cooks together to create a library of illustrated recipes. Clever and fun
- Thank you Spots and Checks for introducing me to Trendland. There's just so much to read/see/lust after here; including this collection of images featuring, my new dream kitchen/home (oh my god it's beautiful) and this photo essay from Host restaurant in Copenhagen (how I'd love to eat here)
- Escaping to warmer climes via Griottes' postcard from The Domenican Republic. Or to this beautiful South African farm, via Cereal Magazine
- Swedish gingerbread cake with lingonberry frosting
- I always get lost over on Nectar and Light, a gorgeous blog from American photographer Jen Altman
- How to make an upside down cake with almost any fruit...handy little recipe this one
- For those with a lemon tree in the backgarden, try Emiko Davies' recipe for cooking with the leaves
- Can't wait to make this Polish chocolate cake. Beautiful pics and recipes from a new find, Bayaderka
- Rhubarb and rosemary muesli from Golubka
- The Winter issue of Fete magazine is just beautiful and the mag's blog is also a great source of inspiration. Most recently it led me to From Soul, a fantastic Etsy shop selling loads of baking/craft supplies that I'd never seen before
- This beautiful post on making honeysuckle cordial is making me wish for summer. And still on honeysuckle, here's a beautiful post from Farmette; elderflower and honesuckle jelly anyone?
- Now lets head off to a Swedish woodland summer via Fine Little Day
- If you haven’t checked in to What katie ate recently...jump over there now. Gosh she's good
- Winter days at home with the gorgeous Jane of The Shady Baker. And a bush picnic that looks like so much fun, via Letters from the Country
- What I would give to have gone to this food styling workshop in Sweden.