The Urban Farmhouse

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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Dear Mum

Dear Mum,  I think I always took our stationery stash at home for granted. Luckily, I’m writing this at the kitchen table after free-loading off you (again) and eating your food for brekky (again). If I tried to write this while at the apartment in Brisbane, I wouldn’t be able to find a fully functioning …

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Chocolate Ginger Biscuits

I’m not even going to bother giving you a fancy story about this recipe. Basically, I was making something else and had leftover ginger so whipped this recipe up. I personally think ginger is underrated and I feel that this recipe does it justice. The recipe is meant to be crumbly and have the texture …

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