unseen online a month ago, at the bargain price of £50 a night in December
so we took a stroll around Docklands and Canary Wharf yesterday whilst we had time to kill,
Can't wait me!
As a display from the street, Lella and I usually leave paintings perched in our window, whether they are finished or notAnd this one is "Edible Nasturtiums", a gift from my painting partner Lella from her allotment
Mainly it helps us see the balance of our work from a distance from over the road.
But we also get comments from local people and sometimes friendly souls come in for a chat with us too
So last night's view for you through the square window, is a painting from my "ordinary objects" series. Quirky pictures, with little or no narrative to speak of.
So opening a carton of their soya milk that's gone thick for no apparent reason, means I can't take it back.
I tell my husband I'll use it in my next sourdough, meaning this bread recipe cannot be replicated, unless you use soya yoghurt I imagine
150g white fobbing leaven
320g thick soya milk : sub soya yoghurt
530g white bread flour
my method in pictures:
I saw this event on Madrid tiene miga last month, an excellent site for breadly people to visit