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Sunday Sustenance (Poetry For The Soul), #36, 2015

The baker’s daughter

is watching me through the reed-slicks,

her eyes surrounded by floury feathers.

Her wings canvas the river.  I dip

my twitching toes in her waters, her eyes…

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Book Review: The Baker's Daughter

Title: The Baker’s Daughter

Author:  Sarah McCoy

Rating: Three meows

Selection Reason: Got it as a cheap e-book edition!

Overview: Elsie is a young lady during WWII and faces a number of trials and hardships growing up during this time period. 199 more words

Book Review

Easter on the menu - Simnel Cake

We haven’t done much to ‘celebrate’ Easter this year (I say ‘celebrate’ because we’re not a religious family), the kids have got their chocolate eggs as usual but that and the simnel cake I’ve made is about it, in fact I’m working for most of the holiday (and we’ve just had semi homemade veg and bacon pizza for Easter Sunday lunch). 106 more words


Welsh Rarebit

I grew up eating cheese on toast, like I guess my kids have grown up eating pizza but it was always the slap some slices of cheese on some toasted bread and stick it under a grill kind, I never had… 31 more words


The Baker's Daughter's Chocolate and Banana Bread

The Baker’s Daughter by Louise Johncox is a lovely book, I have so many baking books on my shelf and many of them are American, European or Scandinavian themed, so it’s lovely to find a book that is proper old fashioned British, the sort of cakes I remember from trips to little tea shops when I was little. 161 more words


The Baker's Daughter

The Baker’s Daughter is the debut cookbook by Louise Johncox, released on 13th March. Featuring the knowledge and recipes of her baker extraordinaire father, the book is packed with classic cakes and bakes, from traditional buns to handcrafted chocolates and cream meringues. 377 more words

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