The Friday List


Good morning! Another week has flown by and we are now only a few days away from the first ever Local is Lovely food photography workshop with Luisa Brimble and Stephanie Stamatis (it kicks off next Tuesday). So exciting! Somewhere in between now and then, we've also got a market to do (Tim will be at Northside Produce market tomorrow) and a Farm Kitchen event on Sunday. Phew.

Oh, and as I mentioned on good old FB last night, this very morning, Tim is in Hobart as one of just 30 ambassadors presenting Australian food and wine at tomorrow morning's Restaurant Australia Market Place. His fellow ambassadors include some of Australia's top chefs and producers so it's beyond exciting to see such a hard working farmer in there too. According to Restaurant Australia, at tomorrow's market place, our ambassadors will be welcoming some 80 of the world’s most influential and respected food and wine VIPS. Go Tim!

Lots happening. But always time to grab a cup of tea and have a little browse around my favourite blogs and's today's Friday List. Have a great weekend everyone. 

We really enjoyed this carrot cake (pictured above) last week. I didn't make Jamie's marscapone icing; instead just whipped some cream cheese, icing sugar and lots of lemon juice together. It was tops.

Need to get my hands on some fresh honeycomb for this recipe by My New Roots.

Alice and I just planted four tomato plants today so will count the days till we can make this savoury tomato and parmesan crumble with our harvest.

14 reasons to love tahini (as if we needed them).

In my next life I'd quite like to have a moveable shop just like this.

Just a whole lot of French coolness, from the south to the capital, Stop by the Corner offers loads of painfully beautiful armchair travel.

Can't wait to try this flourless chocolate cake with ginger and sea salt oh, and these cinnamon and raisin knots and maybe also this fig and anise pull apart bread. Oh stop it.

Thanks lovely Liv for introducing me to this amazing new-to-me blog Bojon Gourmet - how incredible does this apricot custard pie with cardamon look? Yep. I know. Only a month or so until apricot's are go and we can all make this.

This post from Tasmania by the crazy-talented Katie Quin much beauty. Including a sneak peak into the gorgeous home of one of my favourite bloggers Michele of Hugo and Elsa. Lots of kitchen envy going on here.


  1. I always love your Friday lists. That crumble looks particularly divine - savory crumble yummy! Can't wait for the workshop next week!

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