better late than never! I am an avid egg lover so I love this post for its eggyness :) Just think you're counting down days in this very kitchen!
Me too. We eat tons of eggs. We got a basket full of lovely big ones whilst in Wales. I'm finding myself staying at home as much as I can. I will miss my kitchen but hopefully the new one will soon feel like home too. We have the pretty garden to look onto so it will be a pleasant place to work.debx
I've always loved the way you capture the essence of your kitchen in your photographs. The food always looks so fresh and so comforting. It will be nice to have this photographic record to look back on when you're in your new kitchen. With restoration in mind I'm wondering if you know about the Chateau Gudanes restoration project? http://www.chateaugudanes.com/ Lovely to follow :)
I do find myself keep taking little vignettes around the house of odd corners that I want to remember. Thanks for the blog link, I'll have a look at it now.debx
Hello Dear.. I so enjoy my peep into your wonderful kitchen... So glad you posted. You are one great cook that is easy to see.. How I would love to set at your table and watch you.. smile.. Won't ask any questions as I know you are a busy girl..
Hello Faye. Thanks for coming over. It would be perfect if you could do that. Maybe one day...debx
Your kitchen seems to warm and inviting, and your food...oh, your food...looks simply delicious! Is that a pear and rhubarb cobbler?
It's a pear and rhubarb crumble Emily. The combination works really well together. I used this recipe: - http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/3440/rhubarb-and-pear-crumble It was delicious.