old vinyl chairs were falling to bits. We decided we wanted something wooden after years of laminex. It was cheap at Ikea.
My dad came over to help E put it together while mum and I shopped at Coburg Farmers Market. We brought home lunch. Sourdough bread. Three dips: muhammara, tahini and herbs, beetroot and dukkah. Pistachios. Great with rocket and cherry tomatoes.
Naturally Sweet and Gluten Free Cookbook that is launched on 13 September. I will write more about it later. Meanwhile, I can tell you I highly recommend it.
Mel's post about buffalo tofu that used the sauce. It is still unopened. Maybe I will give it a go during Vegan MoFo.
New Day Rising, hipster cafe in Blyth Street, East Brunswick. I have wanted to try their CLT for ages. That is Coconut Bacon, Lettuce and Tomato. It is such a tiny cafe and I was feeling time-poor so I decided to take my bagel home. It reeked of smokiness from the coconut bacon, was messy to eat but oh so good.
limited edition Campbell's tin celebrates 50 years since Andy Warhol painted the Campbell's tomato soup tins in 1962. 1962? That is 51 years! Fortunately I have E to point out the tin actually reads '50+'. Have these tins been on our shelves for a year or did it take a while for the boat to reach us from America?
Ten television characters who spend a lot of time in the kitchen
- Alice in The Brady Brunch
- Mrs Doyle in Father Ted
- Swedish Chef in The Muppets
- Albert in Robin’s Nest
- Martha in Seven Little Australians
- Daphne in Frasier
- Mrs Padmore in Downton Abbey
- Diver Dan in SeaChange
- Reggie in Becker
- Roy in Coronation Street
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