Monday, May 11, 2009

The Gypsy Baker

Bella leaves the focaccia for its first rise.


And heads back to shape it for the second rise.


It was very good, with plenty of rosemary.

16 comments:

sariah said...

I love her apron! The fabric reminds me of Cath Kidston ...

Nadine said...

What fun - oh, to be young and carefree again! :)

Rose said...

Does Bella raise her bread in the sun? I do.

Tami said...

beautiful....

Aelwyn said...

What a joyful time of life!

Shelley in SC said...

How beautiful is this!! Vintage-looking apron, joy of youth, beauty of nature, all in one picture!! Worth a thousand words!!

Paula said...

She looks so beautiful in all her florals!

Lisateresa said...

As fleet-footed as Atalanta
http://media-2.web.britannica.com/eb-media/63/29563-004-405E9C72.jpg

YayaOrchid said...

I love the apron and the fabric of both the apron and skirt. Did you make the apron Anna? It's really nice!

Anna said...

Yes, I made her apron (Daisy has one in the same fabric). Skirt was a great thrifting find. I love how she brings it all together!

Linda said...

what a delightful post!

Sharon said...

I love these photos! Go Bella! She certainly is beautiful, as is your whole family :)

Melissa said...

I kept wondering what ELSE she's doing that is calling her away from the kitchen? What is she running to? I also love the leggings that keep her all modest in her excitement!

Anonymous said...

I would love the recipe Please share it with us I am trying to use fresh herbs and this may be a great way. Tell you beautiful daughter she is wonderful

good_to_be_home said...

really cute, i'm gonna try this next time i'm waiting for my bread to rise! Thanks for the inspiration, Bella!

Trina said...

you captured a moment in these photos that brings to mind my own girlhood - learning to bake bread but still finding satisfaction with the my play house in the woods. Running back and forth between the worlds of childhood and womanhood..

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