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  1. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    It looks good Spay Lady! The positioning on your leg made me look twice-I don’t know what I thought that was! 😛

  2. Hotly Spiced

    Your picnic hamper looks very yummy. There’s nothing better in summer than packing up a picnic basket and heading out to watch something at the outdoor cinema – especially on a screen that pops up out of the water! Enjoy the non-thermals and the floaty dresses for as long as you can xx

  3. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    My kinda picnic! One bite sugar snap pea, two bites chocolate please!

  4. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Yeast scares me too. The closest I come is baking with beer. Mmmm… beer…

  5. Adrian (food rehab)

    Aw what a cool cinema experience ST. Outdoor cinemas truly and hello, life sounds like absolute bliss for you which is a+mazing. Enjoy the warm breeze and live it up…whilst eating your spoonfuls of peanut butter and maple hehe

  6. Whispering Gums

    Looks like huge fun, Hannah … What more can I say except one day I must watch The Princess Bride … And don’t tell me I have because if I have I’ve forgotten!

  7. CCU

    Nothing quite like soulsister bonding my friend 😀

    Choc Chip Uru

  8. Shenandoah Vegan

    I’ve never had Irish Soda Bread. Never heard of Coconut Sugar either. But I have seen ‘The Princess Bride’. Cute.

  9. Ricki

    Loved The Princess Bride! Must see it again.
    And see, I told you summer was worth waiting for. . . . !! 🙂 xo

  10. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    What a wonderful spread! I don’t think a picnic feast could be more perfect. And your bread looks wonderful! You must have more confidence in your abilities my dear, clearly you can do whatever you set your mind to. YES this applies to more than just baking 😉

    And never worry about being late to meet me silly. I would never hold it against you!

  11. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    You made bread! I associated you with lots of lovely things but bread, I will confess, is not in that list 😉 I’m very impressed – and these type of bread in particular sounds great.

  12. Allysia

    It is so beautiful here right now! I never heard about that movie thing, but there seems to be so much going on all the time here so I’m not surprised. And yeasted breads really aren’t so scary, promise! Glad the soda bread turned out though. And I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a movie that was as good as the book.

  13. Louise

    What a great picnic- I don’t picnic enough, most people don’t picnic enough I think, I love it when I do it, but seriously years can go by….I must arrange one soon. And well done with the bread.

  14. Nicole

    I want to have a picnic with you two!

  15. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    “Recipe vaguely based on an hour of Internet reading.” – you’re so so good. So unique. But not in a weird, “you’re special” way. In a “you’re amazing” way xo

  16. Sarah

    Hehe, “dumpling jacket”. I have one of those too! Although I imagine the one that you need for Canadian winter is much more heavy duty than mine! 🙂

    I think your soda breads look great!!!!

  17. Cadry

    A picnic with you and Lisa and The Princess Bride already sounded like such magic, and then you added that the screen is out on the water too? How completely lovely! It looks like it was a delicious affair and so much fun. If you and your podcast find a way to get married at some point, I wish you both every happiness. By the way, what kinds of things does a podcast put on its bridal registry?

  18. Linda

    Having lived in the MW area of the US for 17 years I can appreciate the appreciation of all things sunny and warm but if it is like the MW area it will quickly turn on you and not give you a lot of time to enjoy the transition. I’m in the Pacific Northwest area now and I have to say I enjoy slow transitions from one season to another unlike the abrupt changes in Minnesota. The bread recipe looks amazing and delicious and I love that floating cinema. Is that cool or what??? Thanks for the recipe and enjoy that great weather and cherish it.

  19. Johanna GGG

    hurrah for soda bread – will be excited if you get into yeasted breads – would be very good in a toronto winter – and hurrah for the princess bride and outdoor cinemas

    Now some local trivia: did you every watch adam hills talk show – he did a night with the princess bride theme where they all dressed up and craig mclachlan was surprisingly good as Wesley! But it was screened on the night Rudd overthrew Guillard so it had to be repeated when the world (or Melbourne ) was watching.

  20. Kristen @ The Vegan Weirdos Next Door

    I’ve got a half batch of these with stevia instead of the coconut sugar in the oven right now! I’m making The Shannon’s corned beefless tips and cabbage and figured these would go perfectly! Can’t wait! Thanks for a great quickie recipe.

  21. Kristen @The Vegan Weirdos Next Door

    They came out great with the stevia. They were the star of the dinner table. We didn’t care for the corned beefless tips recipe that I followed. Going to have to experiment a bit before March but your biscuits are on the menu! 🙂