The Friday List


One of the things I love best about 'blogland' is that it allows us to discover and dive into so many kitchens around the world. To see what people are cooking and feeding their friends and families in different seasons and continents in a very personal way. The greedy voyeur in me loves this. So today lets away to Tennessee, Sweeden, New York, Switzerland and Portugal. We'll pull up a chair at far away tables and see what's for dins. Or afternoon tea..

Also, just a reminder for Orange-ites, that we still have spaces for the Bake Club classes coming up at our Farm Kitchen on March 22 (Conquering the Classics) and March 23 (Healthy Kids Lunchboxes). These are going to be great fun and I promise you'll come away having learnt loads and had a lovely lunch too! More info here

Lets all celebrate the onset of quince season this weekend by making a quince and labne pie. Sounds odd, looks amazing.

Saving this tangerine sour cream pound cake recipe for winter.

Porridge season hurry up so we can try this whipped cranberry porridge from My Blue and White Kitchen.

Cranberry, ricotta and pistachio rolls. Yes please.

The art of preserving, via For the Love of the South

Autumn upside down cake by The Artful Desperado - my new favourite blog.

Really enjoying this blog too, and also Pen and Palate

Bring on the cool weather, and any excuse to pull out the fondue set and replicate this scene. Followed closely by this one, with both waffles.

I've never had or heard of doryaki before, but thanks to Two Red Bowls. I now know that they are like a Japanese pancake sandwiches with red bean paste in the middle. And I'm also pretty keen to try this recipe for mini heart shaped ones pretty soon. 


  1. I love A Daily Something too! (almost as much as yours). Great list! x

  2. Hi Sophie, thank you for including my quince and labneh pie as part of this great list! Happy weekend!

  3. I agree, Blogland allows us to interact and share information with each other.
    gatwick meet & greet


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