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  1. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    haha lol at the optional burntness – you’re right, they’re rustic 😉 How pretty is the first picture of the cookies! Gotta get me some kaya.
    That is a really sweet short film!! Loved the music.
    Heidi xo

  2. GirlonRaw

    You are too cute Hannah! Oh and I love the idea that you are going to be in Tropfest. LOVE Tropfest – truly reminds me why I love being Australian. Don’t worry about the burning of the cookies, had my own fail today – left my raw wraps in the dehydrator too long they have curled up and are now no longer pliable, however I can remedy that with a bit of water and some time in the fridge (I hope!). I will blog about it though as I think it’s important to share you fails as well as successes.

  3. Priyanka

    I love Ellen too. She always cracks me up! But today your PhD pyjama line just cracked me up.

    Love these cookies!

  4. Jonathon Clarke

    What a delightful short film! Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

  5. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    I knew I recognized these cookies! You took them to a whole other level with that-kaya-stuff-I’m-still-dying-to-try. Burnt or not…gimme!

    Will we ever get a glimpse of your star turn in film? 😀

    1. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

      PS – in watching that short film, I totally recognized that fat-men-reading-books-on-stairs statue from your earlier post! 🙂

  6. Baking Serendipity

    I love peanut butter cookies. And I think you’re super cool for your film star-ness 🙂

  7. whisperinggums

    What an utterly charming movie … congrats Liz et al. Love the music … the lot really. Nicely done.

    Oh, and great post as usual too Hannah. Embrace the mistakes I say.

  8. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I can see it already! Your name up in lights! And maybe your people could call Oprah’s! 😉 And optional burntness? I like that!

  9. Johanna GGG

    TV star! movie star! Maybe oprah was just intimidated by your celebrity 🙂 or by your creativity with kava! I am impressed and would love a taste of it this way. As for baking times, I don’t know how anybody bakes without an oven timer – it is the only way I can remember to take goods out of the oven!

  10. Johanna GGG

    sshhh everyone has gone home from the office so just watched the film – very sweet – the music and colours are just lovely

  11. Anna Johnston

    Cute film, got all the right awwwh factors going for it. Can’t wait to see your fine acting skills in the next Tropfest films…. will be looking out for you.
    Now.., about this peanut butter addiction, should we be seeking help or just a phase do you think…. just sayin’ 😉

  12. theresa

    Lights! Canberra! Action! is probably the best name for a film festival I’ve ever heard. I’ll have to head on down to Tropfest and see your shining stardom next year!!

  13. Susan: My Food Obsession

    WOW! How awesome! I hope your friends win Tropfest and you get discovered from your extra’s role… it could happen!

    Fabulous cookies!

  14. Lori

    Slightly dark or not, these look crazy delicious!!! And how fun that you got to be a Movie star! hehe! I love it!

  15. Lisa (bakebikeblog)

    oooh how exciting!!! 🙂

  16. Simply Life

    oh those cookies are so creative! Yum!

  17. Conor @ HoldtheBeef

    So, it turns out I’ve been kissing wrong all these years! No wonder I’m single! I just wish someone had told me. Off to the haberdashery with me!

    Also, I really want to do something that warrants the use of Mutton Chops Protective Services. No one messes with mutton chops.

  18. gmasydney

    Delightful film, Hannah – thanks for sharing it with us and my congratulations to the creative young people. But, of course, as you say this is Canberra with many lovely jewels (including you).
    But please, no more peanut cookies – you know me and peanuts and they are just too tantalising.

  19. Alisa Fleming

    I had totally missed your post on Kaya! What an interesting spread, a new one to me.

    I love the new term for burnt, caramelized – brilliant!

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    Those cookies look so cute 🙂
    Nice pictures!!

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