Woah, wow, far out, amaaazzzing!!!!
I was having some down time at work last week, so decided to have a look at the site days with my father.
My little computer is broken - she wont charge; so once this little bit of battery goes flat, thats it! Ive booked her in for surgery tomorrow. She'll be off work for a week, & then fingers crossed she'll be right as rain.
My super talented friend Victoria took this photo of her sister in London somewhere.
I was going to post both recipes for you, but they are quite long. So instead, the links are as follows -
Neighbourhood is going to be a visually rich, provocative & inspiring magazine concentrating on one "theme" per issue & the multiple interpretations from the Australasian creative community. It is for readers to treasure, collect & gain inspiration & a vehicle for contributors to collaborate, gain exposure & create.
We are in the total beginnings of this project but have the focus & passion to get it off the ground.
Please feel free to submit: firstname.lastname@example.org"
300g dark chocolate
100 g milk chocolate
100g marshmallow, roughly chopped
100g Madeira cake, roughly chopped
100g chocolate freckles, roughly chopped
canola oil spray
hundreds and thousands
Step 1. Break the dark & milk chocolate into pieces in a bowl. Bring cream to the boil in a saucepan & pour it over the chocolate. Stir until chocolate has melted, then put bowl over a larger bowl of iced water, to cool. In another bowl, mix marshmallows with the cake & chocolate freckles.
Step 2. Spray each egg half-mould half with canola oil & line with plastic wrap, leaving a 1cm overhang. Flatten out any air pockets under the plastic wrap. When chocolate & cream mixture has cooled to about 30-34 degrees celsius (just below body temperature & still runny), combine it with the marshmallow mixture. Fill each half-mould with mixture to just above the rim. Align the 2 halves & gently press together. Wrap whole egg moulds in plastic wrap & refrigerate for 30 minutes.
Step 3. When set, remove the eggs from moulds. Roll in hundreds & thousands.
Oh, ive finished reading the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime. I must sort out a review.
Have you ever wondered what you look like when your asleep? Well, Sylvia May found out, & she kindly gave me permission to share her photo with you. Im loving this idea, & am thinking it would make for a good project. But, since its not my idea ill leave it up to Sylvia to possibly push it further.
Ive been coming across all of these amazing wall murals lately & have been reminded of the mural I started years ago for my younger brothers bedroom - a farm scene with animals & tractors. It look so long I eventually gave up.
Im a huge fan of the Esther Diamond website & ive just discovered that the creative geniuses behind the crazy font is House of Aroha.