Good mail...







Arriving home from Sydney on Monday, I was greeted by a two foot high lawn, three dozen eggs in the fridge and some very exciting mail.

Hot off the press, there was a copy of Little One Kids Annual, featuring a simply gorgeous article written by that clever wordsmith Jodi accompanied by photos by the talented Jen Rayner.  It's such a lovely article.  I'm so thrilled to be included in such a gorgeous magazine and I have a permanent reminder that yes, there was one day that the children's rooms were actually that tidy....

But I was even more thrilled about finally getting my hands on a copy of Rohan's book that he so generously sent me. Oh I love it.  We made pumpkin gnocchi that very night.  And it was delicious.

Whole Larder Love is a vibrant, colourful and practical guide to the admirable way Rohan feeds his family.  Grow, gather, hunt, cook :: it's not preachy, just friendly, welcoming and bursting with enthusiasm.  Just like Ro himself.

Now, another omelette before I'm off to tackle that lawn....

12 comments:

  1. Nothing beats real mail, especially lovely parcels and reading material! I have not read Little One before, I will have to look for it. I also have my hands on Rohan's book and I adore it. I am finding it full of inspiration and also very funny in parts! Happy reading Michelle :)

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  2. Welcome back from Sydney and thanks for the book recommendation! Another one for my autumn cookbook list.

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  3. it certainly was such a lovely article in little one kids and your childrens rooms are just gorgeous. i love how earthy they are and how easily they can grow with your children, well done!

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  4. Every little glimpse i get of your home makes my heart go pitter patter. Always.

    rachel ox

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  5. oooooohhhhhhhhhhh I can't wait to grab my own copy of Whole Larder Love!

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  6. I've got my hot little hands on the Whole Larder Love book too. It is such a lovely book.
    x

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  7. Oh, I can't wait for my copy of WLL to arrive. It looks fantastic.
    Your home looks so warm and inviting. And whenever I see your kitchen, I sigh. It's inspirational. No fancy schmancy just function and beauty.
    Have a glorious week.
    Kitty x

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  8. Such a lovely book! Love your house, so beautiful.

    Holli xo

    www.twinsplusonemumma.com

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  9. Mail and books are two of my favourite things! Would it be weird to say I would love to read Rohan's book while seated in your kitchen?

    Alas, my kitchen will be the last thing to be renovated and is a sight for sore eyes indeed. :)

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    1. Not weird Christina - I would love it! Come over!

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  10. Oh perfect! It looks like such a lovely cookbook. I hope to find a copy sometime soon. Beautiful pictures of your house.

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  11. a beautiful periodical and I have a enduring reminder that yes, there be one day that the children's accommodation were in fact that tidy....term paper sample free.

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