Peter Rabbit's Favourite Carrot and Caraway Fritters

Peter Rabbit's Favourite Carrot and Caraway Fritters

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Absolutely stunning photography, and they sound pretty tasty too ;)

Ellie — Sunday 15th October 2006 11:52 pm

Really wonderful photos of the fritters.

Kalyn — Monday 16th October 2006 1:37 am

These are ADORABLE! I still have my collection of Beatrix Potter books.

Brilynn — Monday 16th October 2006 3:34 am

Great photos! Absolutely adorable!

Catherine — Monday 16th October 2006 5:25 am

Wow Bron, you serely know how to make your readers drool. These are wonderful and what beautiful combination of flavours. You never disappoint. Thanks!

jenjen — Monday 16th October 2006 2:25 pm

Lovely, I love caraway seeds, these look wonderful. I missed this HHDD, but doesn't mean I can't take advantage of all the wonderful entries!

Emma — Monday 16th October 2006 8:31 pm

Thanks Ellie, mmmm yes they are tasty, almost addictively so!

Hi Kalyn, thank you!

Thank you Brilynn, I adore Beatrix Potter's books and drawings too!

Thank you Catherine!

Oh JenJen thank you so much!

Hi Emma, I love caraway seeds too, they're great in cheese straws, as are cummin seeds too!

bron — Monday 16th October 2006 10:56 pm

I've been following your blog since I found you cited in Blogher, and I have to say, your photos really make your blog stand out. I follow a number of food/cooking blogs, and something about the closeups of your food and the evident love of food and love of making food that somehow gets communicated through the pictures is extraordinary. I run a social enterprise called, which lets donors give directly to grassroots projects in the developing world, and we've been struggling with how to get better pictures, while trying to make allowances for the fact that technology is not always on the side of project leaders working in the developing world. But I think your blog is an object lesson for me on why we have to keep pushing on pictures ... Thanks for the lesson (not to mention the recipes!)

Mari — Wednesday 18th October 2006 2:40 am

Hi Mari, you make me blush, thank you so much for your kind words.

bron — Wednesday 18th October 2006 12:12 pm

ooooh looks yummy! those are way more than enough to make me eat carrots!!

toasted — Saturday 21st October 2006 4:59 am

Cute entry and another great way to get kids to eat their vegies. Make them tasty and theme them around a children's book character. This is a lovely recipe.

kathryn — Monday 23rd October 2006 1:09 pm

These look lovely Bron. Glad you found time to join us again.

barbara — Monday 23rd October 2006 1:28 pm

I know I will definately be echoing many previous comments that i am just gobsmacked by the visual impact of your blog. I know it thanks to your very considerable talent but does having a very good camera assist? I am wondering if I just need to use mine better or get a better one, I suspect both! Anyway love the fresh colourful appeal of your fritters - which I think can be a hard thing to achieve with something that can go brown!

Lushlife — Tuesday 24th October 2006 10:46 pm

Thank you toasted.

Indeed Kathryn, thankfully my girls love their fruit and veges

Thanks Barbara, I wouldn't miss it for the world!

Hi Lushlife, thanks so much
yes I think you can get a fairy good image with a average camera if your other conditions are right. However it's also true I'm blessed with great camera and several great lenses.

bron — Friday 27th October 2006 11:15 am

These look so easy, doable and yummo! Bookmarked, I might make these tomorrow for a snack after my extremely fussy eater gets back home from kindy. Love the Peter Rabbit spin to it :-)

Sneh — Thursday 7th May 2009 10:08 pm

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