ree with Felicity Cloak in The Guardian – I love scones. I also happen to live in a cheese scone obsessed city (see this article from 2019 here). People at work discuss where they get their favourite cheese scone, and every year Pravda Café’s World Famous (in Wellington) Cheese Scone Class sells out on Wellington on a Plate (I was lucky to go in 2019). One of my favourite cafes, Floriditas, even has a recipe for their cheese and rocket scones on their website. The cheese scone is part of this city’s identity!
Nothing is better than the small of baking filling the air on a winter’s day. With the excuse that it … More
If we were having coffee…or even a cup of tea…I would tell you that from next week I am going … More
I was browsing Magnus Nilsson’s The Nordic Baking Book the other day, and came across what I thought would be … More
Having friends around, whether it be lunch, dinner or just for coffee is a good excuse to make a cake. … More
Can you believe it is the 1st February already? I certainly can’t. There are lots of things I was going … More
This week’s small pleasures comes to you on the Wellington Anniversary holiday. What a treat it is to have a long weekend like this during the summer after being back at work for two weeks!
Fellow New Zealand blogger Zimmerbitch hosts a virtual tea party each month, where we can all get together virtually and … More
Gosh! The 200th small pleasures post! I feel I should celebrate in some way, or at least mark the occasion, but rather than go over old posts looking for highlights, I am just going to do my usual and do the normal weekly roundup. It is fun to do, and helps you appreciate all the little things that bring us joy.
I’ll be honest and say I have a love/hate relationship with apples. On one hand, nothing beats the crunch of … More