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  1. Lisa (bakebikeblog)


    ps. the English Muffin, tahini and rhubarb jam combo has me intrigued 🙂

  2. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    Such beautiful words, but they tug at my heart so…many hugs to you darling Hannah. Keep breathing. And keep up the English muffin with tahini and rhubarb, the chocolate bowls, and this granola. All 3 would lift my spirits and I hope they lift yours too xo

  3. hungryandfrozen

    Just going to cut through the seriousness to squawk “GRANOLA SNAP!” at you in a most ungainly manner. (I just blogged about granola too.)

    Once the aftermath of our all-the-truffles party has cleared, let’s have a whole lot of granola for breakfast the next day, okay?

    Till that beauteous time, hugs from afar, and as someone who woke up this morning, turned on the computer, and suddenly felt all anxious and hot and bothered: yes, breathe. Good to remember.

  4. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    <3 <3

  5. Fiona

    That looks delicious

    *hugs you*

    Tough times.

  6. Lizzi

    Know that I – and many – love you. For now, ignore all else.


  7. theresa

    Hugs, and deep breaths. And, also, english muffins. Yum.

  8. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    Fall is so pretty!! If it makes you feel better it just snowed here after a dazzling weekend of summer. Literally snowing on my parade.

  9. CheezyK

    Hugs and hugs and hugs (and a couple of puppy snuggles too).

  10. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    Sometimes there is nothing quite like slowing down and just remembering to breathe. When it is all happening, that simple action is a lifesaver. Another beautiful post and amazing granola.

  11. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    I would like to cradle this jewelled maple pear granola. Precioussssssssssssssss…………

  12. leaf (the indolent cook)

    Such a poetic post. I hope you are doing ok. Having love, support and quality granola always helps, even if just a little, and sometimes a lot.

  13. Helena

    I’ve been feeling a lot like this at the moment too :(. I hope things get better soon xx

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Oh darling, are you ok? *Spay lady hug*

  15. Lou

    Squeezy gooey hugs coming your way… that last photo is beautiful 🙂

  16. Johanna GGG

    beautiful post, making the mundane and ordinary and not so happy seem beautiful – love that last photo and am impressed at your granola dedication – maybe I need to try a spoonful of coconut oil in mine if I get around to making it again

  17. Alayna @ Thyme Bombe

    Keep breathing, babe. And keep making things that are both beautiful and delicious.

  18. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    anything redux is my type of food. i’ve never heard of rhubard jam + tahini together. must try this new pbj rendition!!!

  19. Shannon

    I’ve been eating no less than 3 toasted English muffins a day. Sometimes I eat one while deciding what I want to eat. My preferred topping? Lately, whipped cream cheese and raisins. Tahini and rhubarb jam sounds very interesting… though I’m not quite sure where I’d find rhubarb jam. Perhaps I’ll make some this summer when my parents have rhubarb growing like weeds in their garden.

    Breathe is my mantra too, Thinking of you lady.

  20. Andy

    I love anything and everything with Granola 🙂 🙂

  21. sophia

    A nurse once told me that whenever things get crazy (like a patient suddenly crashing…), she always takes a deep breathe– and things get a little slower, and she thinks a bit clearer.

    Love the granola! I wanna make milk with that.

  22. Gmasydney

    I can vouch for the original granola. Meantime, Hannah, if you want all those virtual hugs translated into the real thing you know where to come (and your beautiful Mum is not far away so you can get a double dose). Anyhow, we will translate them on Sunday and add a few of our own if not before. Keep smiling.

  23. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    oh! my sweet lady. Well first up I hope you’ve been able to breathe some soothing, fresh, fulfilling, clean and inspiring air these past few days. If yes I hope this weekend is the same. And every day, actually. Secondly, this recipe looks gorgeous. Thirdly, “reading myself into another world” = beautiful.
    Love love love xo

  24. Choc Chip Uru

    Breathe, relax and fulfil yourself with this granola. I like that idea 🙂
    It looks fantastic – you are so inspiring 😀

    Happy Easter!
    Choc Chip Uru

  25. whisperinggums

    I’m so glad it was a still day when you took that photo or Gma Sydney may not have had a Christmas present.

    And keep breathing – deeply and slowly. It works wonders.

  26. Kath (My Funny Little Life)

    I wouldn’t mind a baby giraffe over here either! 😀

  27. Hotly Spiced

    It’s so lovely that you get to go home and cook in your parents’ kitchen. Your granola looks delicious. I have heard that coconut oil makes the world of difference! xx

  28. Hannah

    This combination of flavors makes my heart sing! Dried pears used to be my favorites, but now I can only find the really leathery, tough, totally dried-to-death kind, and not the soft and juicy ones I so love. They’re key to this recipe, I’m sure. Sigh, maybe I’ll bite the bullet and just order some good ones online. I really do miss them. And, I could write it off as a blog expense if I make the recipe, right? Yes, a good excuse is all I need…. 😉

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  30. Jess

    Hugs from over here. Things are bound to get better.

  31. Catherine

    Now that I know where you are in all this I am sending you huge spring hugs Hannah. Breathe breathe. You’ve already got me crying. Xxxxcat

  32. Daisy@Nevertoosweet

    Oh I do hope that you’re feeling better now! Is everything okay? Please feel free to talk to me ~ you can always drop me an email if you need to.

    *Hugs* xox

  33. Emma

    Oh dear, I’ve been away from my computer, and I fear that I have missed much. Oh dear, hugzzzzzzzzz xo hug xxxooo hug hug hug hug.


  34. Louise

    I do realise now that you’ve been some recent turmoil, but I’m still not sure that that either excuses or explains the tahini/rhubarb situation. Sadly I suspect that you might have done that anyway. I just can’t understand how you peer in the fridge and that happens. Your muesli looks lovely. I haven’t made any in ages. I do have some coconut oil that I could use. Did you do anything with the dried pears? When I used them I found that they made the muesli go soggy- never a good thing.