Monthly Archives: December 2013

Favorite Posts of 2013

And this shall be the last post for the year…the one with all the food images of the many dishes made in the three kitchens I found myself in over the last three hundred and sixty five days. I almost can’t believe that come midnight tomorrow evening there will be no more of this year…

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2013 Lessons via Instagram

Life lessons were learned this year, as every year, here they are via some of my Instagram photos.

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2013 in Favorite Photos

The time has come up for all the best of’s and favorite’s of the year and I’m no different. As ‘Try’ from Pink plays on my iPhone with lyrics like ‘you’ve got to get up and try‘ rolling through the speakers it is poignant after such a bumper ride of a year, and talking with…

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Five Questions with my Aunty Peggy

Just before I left New Zealand, I sat down with my great Aunty Peggy who has over 60 years of baking experience. It was a pleasure to sit down with her and hear her wise advice as she is the famous baker within the family. Being that she’s over eighty and not interested in technology…

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Raw Coconut Snowballs

As the sun sets at only quarter to four on the second to last Thursday before Christmas break the next six working days will be as hectic here in London as I try to find imaginary time to fit last minute very important meetings into the diary. It is as though a sand timer is…

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November 2013

Yellow was the color of November – on the tress and then the inevitable ground. Fall has indeed had it’s way and the leaves now scatter the ground, crunching underneath footsteps. While they hung tightly on to their homes in blazing yellow the sky looked bright. November was a busy month and I spent a…

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