Thursday, November 3, 2011

Something new in the neighbourhood

Hey
Caraway
Bourke Street Bakery
Bourke Street Bakery
On my way home

A couple of weeks ago the infamous Bourke Street Bakery opened up a cafe in our neighborhood. When we past their new cafe on the opening day it turned out that they gave out everything for free - we got one of their really tasty caraway breads and min tarts. The bread was delicious with the minestrone we had made that night.

How has your week been so far?
There have been so many music announcements lately and I am getting really excited about the great bands which will come to the Southern hemisphere this Summer, Beirut, Bon Iver, The Whitest Boy Alive and Ryan Adams are my favorites so far...

<> Have a look at Trixi's wonderful blog
>> I would love to go to Lisboa and Christine's photos show why

Have a lovely weekend everyone
Maria


21 comments :

Trixi said...

Liebe Maria, wie gern würd ich da jetzt mit dir essen! Und du hast wirklich die wundertollsten Sachen an, ich liebe das Shirt und die Kette! Eigentlich bin ich heute sogar recht passend dazu angezogen, nur winterlicher :) Ooh, und danke für die Verlinkung :)

Hannah said...

Oh where about is it? I've had that rhubarb pastry before, it's divine! And is your top from Gorman? I love it :) x

lotte said...

hi liebe maria, die kugeln-holz-perlen-kette und das tolle schwarz-gelbe große-punkte-oberteil sind toll+deine fotos schön!!! grüße aus berlin, lotte.;)

TaTii TalentLos said...

klasse Oberteil! Und sehr leckeres Essen :)

amy said...

cute spots!

elisabelle said...

your pentax has such a special grain: i love it!
what film do you use?

Alexandra K. said...

only being in germany I realized how great bread can be. do you miss german bread? =) Looks like a wonderful bakery!
btw..gret t-hirt!

Provinzmetropole said...

Was für eine nette und leckere Überraschung :) Das Oberteil ist, wie schon gesagt, aber auch richtig super! LG :)

Neus said...

What a cute photos, I really like the feeling of a no-work day! Lisboa is amazing, I encourage you to visit he city!

Linda said...

ciao Maria, love your pics as usual :)
the week started nicely here in Italy: tuesday was a bank holiday so we had a trip to Verona - lovely city.
I will post the pictures I took this evening!

kristina said...

I had a good week so far but I'm looking forward to the weekend :-)
Love your outfit!

Melanie said...

yum love bourke st bakery.
loving these photos maria.

catarina said...

i wouldn't resist either!
come to lisbon :D

Hopscotch said...

This is lovely Maria!

Hope your weekend is filled with sweet baked goodies and happy polkadots!

xoxo

Georgia said...

Ooh free bourke street pastries, sounds like my idea of heaven! I'm excited too about The Whitest Boy Alive - hoping to get tickets. Roll on a wonderful summer and have yourself a great weekend too!

Ida Thue said...

It looks scrumptious! Love your shirt btw ;-)

rike said...

thanks for this reminder: i have to bake bread again ...

since we moved to a smaller town everything changed. there's a great organic backery just a few minutes away, but i still don't get accustomed to the opening hours. those are to short ...

und solch schoene cafes sind nun leider gar nicht mehr in reichweite. naja, ich mach's mir mit basti daheim gemuetlich und genieße die herbstsonne auf dem balkon ...

liebe grueße in die ferne!
rike

jana said...

wunderbar. da würd ich gern mal mit dir Kuchen essen...was für ein Glück so einen Ort in der Nachbarschaft zu haben.

Lisa said...

Pretty t-shirt!

Irene said...

Wunderwunderschöne Farben! Ich mag dein T-Shirt :)

sunkentreasure said...

mmh yummy!!
yeah me too, I'm going to see Wilco + My morning jacket, all in one week :-) I'm excited
lovely warm pictures