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  1. Simply Life

    Ha, I love the way to say biscuit – I’m going to start saying it like that now 🙂

  2. Simply Life

    Ha, I love the way to say biscuit – I’m going to start saying it like that now 🙂

  3. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I know what you mean, Happy Anzac Day just seems a little odd to say! 😛 Ahh an Anzac Day chocolate. I think you’ve got a rather genius idea there Hannah! 😉

  4. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I know what you mean, Happy Anzac Day just seems a little odd to say! 😛 Ahh an Anzac Day chocolate. I think you’ve got a rather genius idea there Hannah! 😉

  5. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I know what you mean, Happy Anzac Day just seems a little odd to say! 😛 Ahh an Anzac Day chocolate. I think you’ve got a rather genius idea there Hannah! 😉

  6. whisperinggums

    Where DID you photograph that grevillea (looks like one anyhow).

  7. whisperinggums

    Where DID you photograph that grevillea (looks like one anyhow).

  8. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    The anzaccy chocolate looks like the antithesis of crap.

    Sugar in the fridge? Two bottles of fish sauce and no bottles of anything else? What does this lady eat?

  9. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    The anzaccy chocolate looks like the antithesis of crap.

    Sugar in the fridge? Two bottles of fish sauce and no bottles of anything else? What does this lady eat?

  10. Hannah

    Simply Life: Then you just have to start pronouncing focaccia like “fok-a-chia” 😛

    Lorraine: If only I could actually make chocolate, I could start turning these ideas into reality. Would you buy tripe chocolate from me, Lorraine? 😀

    Whisperinggums: There’s a slight chance it was a photo taken by a certain Japanese visitor a few years back… 😛

    Conor: I’ll level with you – the other flavours were even more the antithesis of crap. And honestly? I have no idea. I think a lot of grilled lamb chops.

    1. whisperinggums

      LOL I did wonder…

  11. Hannah

    Simply Life: Then you just have to start pronouncing focaccia like “fok-a-chia” 😛

    Lorraine: If only I could actually make chocolate, I could start turning these ideas into reality. Would you buy tripe chocolate from me, Lorraine? 😀

    Whisperinggums: There’s a slight chance it was a photo taken by a certain Japanese visitor a few years back… 😛

    Conor: I’ll level with you – the other flavours were even more the antithesis of crap. And honestly? I have no idea. I think a lot of grilled lamb chops.

    1. whisperinggums

      LOL I did wonder…

  12. Hannah

    Simply Life: Then you just have to start pronouncing focaccia like “fok-a-chia” 😛

    Lorraine: If only I could actually make chocolate, I could start turning these ideas into reality. Would you buy tripe chocolate from me, Lorraine? 😀

    Whisperinggums: There’s a slight chance it was a photo taken by a certain Japanese visitor a few years back… 😛

    Conor: I’ll level with you – the other flavours were even more the antithesis of crap. And honestly? I have no idea. I think a lot of grilled lamb chops.

    1. whisperinggums

      LOL I did wonder…

  13. Deanna

    Wow. They must do a careful molding job to get those leaf imprints. Strangely, I don’t think I would have the same reaction as you – I think I would start stroking the veins to see how quickly they melt away . . . Odd, I know.

  14. Deanna

    Wow. They must do a careful molding job to get those leaf imprints. Strangely, I don’t think I would have the same reaction as you – I think I would start stroking the veins to see how quickly they melt away . . . Odd, I know.

  15. Agnes

    Oh Hannah! Where are you?! A cave?? First we find out that there’s no internet and now we discover that there isn’t a proper oven! Tell your dear readers where you are so we can arrange a rescue, stat! 😀

    Oh and chocolate. I like Anzac biscuits, but not sure if I’d like them in a chocolate bar.

  16. Agnes

    Oh Hannah! Where are you?! A cave?? First we find out that there’s no internet and now we discover that there isn’t a proper oven! Tell your dear readers where you are so we can arrange a rescue, stat! 😀

    Oh and chocolate. I like Anzac biscuits, but not sure if I’d like them in a chocolate bar.

  17. Agnes

    Oh Hannah! Where are you?! A cave?? First we find out that there’s no internet and now we discover that there isn’t a proper oven! Tell your dear readers where you are so we can arrange a rescue, stat! 😀

    Oh and chocolate. I like Anzac biscuits, but not sure if I’d like them in a chocolate bar.

  18. Hannah

    Deanna: Odd, maybe, but entertaining? Definitely. You made me giggle 😀

    Agnes: Do caves house every species of bug in the animal planet? Then yes, I think so 😛 I shall sit by my window and wait for blog-reader-knights-on-white-horses to arrive! Perhaps you could try dipping an Anzac biscuit in chocolate first? 🙂

  19. Hannah

    Deanna: Odd, maybe, but entertaining? Definitely. You made me giggle 😀

    Agnes: Do caves house every species of bug in the animal planet? Then yes, I think so 😛 I shall sit by my window and wait for blog-reader-knights-on-white-horses to arrive! Perhaps you could try dipping an Anzac biscuit in chocolate first? 🙂

  20. Hannah

    Deanna: Odd, maybe, but entertaining? Definitely. You made me giggle 😀

    Agnes: Do caves house every species of bug in the animal planet? Then yes, I think so 😛 I shall sit by my window and wait for blog-reader-knights-on-white-horses to arrive! Perhaps you could try dipping an Anzac biscuit in chocolate first? 🙂

  21. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL I don’t know if I would buy tripe chocolate. Only if you told me that it was good perhaps 😛

  22. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL I don’t know if I would buy tripe chocolate. Only if you told me that it was good perhaps 😛

  23. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    LOL I don’t know if I would buy tripe chocolate. Only if you told me that it was good perhaps 😛

  24. Louise

    Am I the only one who doesn’t know what chia seeds are? And what do you do with them? Lucky you’re not house sitting for us, we would have no chia seeds, but do have a working non-glamorous oven.

  25. Louise

    Am I the only one who doesn’t know what chia seeds are? And what do you do with them? Lucky you’re not house sitting for us, we would have no chia seeds, but do have a working non-glamorous oven.

  26. Hannah

    Lorraine: If I ever find tripe chocolate, I’ll let you know 😛

    Louise: Chia seeds are an ancient, well, seed, and are high in omega 3s, calcium, fibre, protein, vitamins, called a superfood, yadda yadda yadda. They’ve been around for centuries but are a bit of a fad thing at the moment, I think. They gel up in liquids so a lot of people add them to smoothies. I’m very new to them, but I like adding a tablespoon to my oatmeal – makes it all pudding-like! This is the brand I bought: http://www.thechiaco.com.au/

  27. Hannah

    Lorraine: If I ever find tripe chocolate, I’ll let you know 😛

    Louise: Chia seeds are an ancient, well, seed, and are high in omega 3s, calcium, fibre, protein, vitamins, called a superfood, yadda yadda yadda. They’ve been around for centuries but are a bit of a fad thing at the moment, I think. They gel up in liquids so a lot of people add them to smoothies. I’m very new to them, but I like adding a tablespoon to my oatmeal – makes it all pudding-like! This is the brand I bought: http://www.thechiaco.com.au/

  28. Hannah

    Lorraine: If I ever find tripe chocolate, I’ll let you know 😛

    Louise: Chia seeds are an ancient, well, seed, and are high in omega 3s, calcium, fibre, protein, vitamins, called a superfood, yadda yadda yadda. They’ve been around for centuries but are a bit of a fad thing at the moment, I think. They gel up in liquids so a lot of people add them to smoothies. I’m very new to them, but I like adding a tablespoon to my oatmeal – makes it all pudding-like! This is the brand I bought: http://www.thechiaco.com.au/

  29. croquecamille

    Re the Chia Seeds: are they the same ones that make chia pets green and fuzzy? ‘Cause that’s the first thing I thought of, and also thought it was very strange that these would be a necessity.

  30. croquecamille

    Re the Chia Seeds: are they the same ones that make chia pets green and fuzzy? ‘Cause that’s the first thing I thought of, and also thought it was very strange that these would be a necessity.

  31. Hannah

    Camille: I think so, but only because other people have mentioned those chia pet things before in association with chia seeds. I don’t think I’ve ever come across them myself! (Gosh, maybe she has a cupboard of chia pets somewhere in the house? That’s going to keep me up nights.)

  32. Hannah

    Camille: I think so, but only because other people have mentioned those chia pet things before in association with chia seeds. I don’t think I’ve ever come across them myself! (Gosh, maybe she has a cupboard of chia pets somewhere in the house? That’s going to keep me up nights.)

  33. Hannah

    Camille: I think so, but only because other people have mentioned those chia pet things before in association with chia seeds. I don’t think I’ve ever come across them myself! (Gosh, maybe she has a cupboard of chia pets somewhere in the house? That’s going to keep me up nights.)

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