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Thursday, April 5, 2012

Autumn colour at our house


Autumn is a beautiful time to be

Getting a little craft on...
  

Poaching these beautiful quinces for an upside down cake...
  

Making pasta with the kids…
  

Experimenting with these Kourabiethes or Greek shortbreads thanks to my friend at tea with hazel...




We are going camping for Easter and I have two goals.  The first is to get reacquainted with our canoe and the second is to bake bread from scratch and cook it in the open fire to share with my family.  Happy Easter blog friends.


What are your plans?

11 comments :

  1. all your autumn goodies look so lovely..it looks as though you made crescent shaped kourabiethes jane..that's a very authentic shape..they look lovely and almondy..

    have a great camping holiday..what fun to go canoeing and make bread in an open fire..will you use a camp oven?

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    1. Thank you Jane...I hope I did the biscuits justice, they taste beautiful. Yes, we are doing some camp oven cooking :)

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  2. Your quinces look wonderful. Our quince tree is just coming into leaf now.

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  3. Hi Jane, loving all the lovely Autumn good things at your place. Isn't this just the best time of the year! Have a safe trip and a wonderful time camping. xox

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  4. Hi Jane, looks like you have been having lots of fun in the kitchen. This is a lovely easter blog. Hope you all have a great time camping and take lots of lovely photos for your camp oven cooking :)

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  5. Homemade pasta - something I'm yet to tackle. Enjoy break - it sounds lovely. We're staying in Sydney this Easter...eating our way around the city.

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  6. Happy Easter, Jane! It sounds like a wonderful time in your house! Have a great trip!

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  7. Thanks girls for calling in...I hope the Easter bunny found you all :)

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  8. Happy Easter Jane, I'll bet it was a wonderful one by the sounds of your plans! That upside down cake looks delicious! I've never cooked with quinces before - think I'll have to try to now!

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  9. Hello Hello!! I don't know why I haven't found your blog before I've tried a million times linking back on your name in blogger, but haven't gotten to it. I finally googled it and got it!!

    That Quince upside down cake looks absolutely UNREAL! Yum Yum Yum...

    Off to delve deeper into your blog - you're my kinda girl!

    Have an excellent camping time. Wish sometimes we didn't have such ties to the farm so that we could do the same!
    But alas - I love the farm....

    xx Amy

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Hello and welcome. I will try to reply to all comments eventually because I love the conversation! Jane