Hannah. Australian. City Kid my geographic location, country kid at heart
To me, a farmhouse is a place of safety. It’s where people come and automatically feel at home. It’s shared meals, full bellies, wholesome food and a dining room table that can always fit ‘just one more person’. It’s the sound of rain on the tin roof, copious cups of tea and a constant chatter. It’s late night card games on the verandah and shared beers on the front steps. It’s pristine sunrises and a hard-earnt sunset after a dusty day in the yards. It’s home – but not merely for its physical setting, but what and who it holds within its four walls.
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Melting Moments with Earl Ray Buttercream
Prep Time: 25 minutes (+ 30 minutes refrigeration time)Cooking Time: 15 minutesYield: 13 biscuits Ingredients: Biscuits:- 250g butter, softened- 1/2 cup icing sugar mixture – 1/3 cup custard powder – 1/3 cup cornflour- 1.5 cups plain flour Buttercream: – 2 earl grey teabags (I use T2 French Early Grey)- 1/2 cup boiling water – 90g…
The Troubles of your Twenties
Over the last month or so, when I’ve been chatting to friends, a common theme has been emerging. So many discussions have been revolving around how none of us has any idea what we’re doing, nor the self-assurance to be confident in where our life is going. Basically, we’ve all been hit in the face…
26 Lessons from a 26 Year Old
This week, I’m another year older and another year wiser (and all that other nonsense…). I’m now deep into my mid-twenties and still have no idea what I’m doing – although I’m starting to learn, that’s the narrative of life isn’t it?! I ‘survived’ my quarter life crisis (just kidding – I had about 3…
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