It all looks so good! Might try the vegies with bacon :)
Please post the caramel pear pudding recipe...it looks amazing! x
Things are looking pretty yummy at your place:)I'm with Miss E - please post the recipe for that delicious looking caramel pear pudding.
Food glorious food!! There are so many delicious looking dishes here using many of my favourite foods.It's a shame the internet is not sampling enabled :)x
yummo!! You are such a champion mumma!! Bec x
Oh! It all looks so delicious. I do love winter cooking, although I'm well and truly over winter weather!
Oh I am so hungry now, and I just ate dinner! Loving the home grown vege's, and the artichokes look so good!
Love the look of the date & ginger loaf and the pear pudding...I'm looking forward to spring too.
My goodness, you are the only blogger who can talk about cold + rainy + winter and make me want to move in with you this instant. You even make squidgy trout flesh look good.
Can I come over for dinner and dessert at your place? (lol) Lots of yummy food being cooked in your kitchen, what a lucky family you have. x
Oh yes, that caramel pear pudding looks absolutely scrumptious!
oh wow! what a feast. it looks so good. have a lovely weekend!
Yum, yum, yum! I want to spend a week at your place!
ooooh yum.they all look delicious. I'm not a corned beef fan but I bet it was delicious too. I love the individual cups as pie tins.I'm making cauliflower soup for dinner!
Hi Tania all that food so looks so comforting and I love your creative space...lots of lovely vintage goodies to inspire you! You don't need a big area to create as I have found in my bedroom corner.
Oh yum! Your food looks fantastic. I am a bit of a mad baker, I can't wait to make that date and ginger cake. Thanks for the link!
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