Gratitude, an Announcement & an Apricot Tarte Tatin

Gratitude, an Announcement & an Apricot Tarte Tatin

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Between Hemispheres ... a celebration of some of the best from some of the best! Congratulations Bron, Jeanne & Betty (Nanette? am I right? Non?). Love to see what 3 of my fave bloggers post across seasons.
Those apricot shots are seriously gorgeous Bron! Pity about the Apricot coma... hope you're out of it by the time summer & stone fruits reach our spot on the globe!

deeba — Tuesday 9th February 2010 10:00 pm

Looking forward to the recipe, now heading over to check out your new baby!

Fondue — Tuesday 9th February 2010 10:16 pm

Wow, that new photo blog is awesome! Great idea!

And what a gorgeous tart!



Rosa — Tuesday 9th February 2010 11:02 pm

This is wonderful. I love looking at your photos, and I'm off to hop over to the other site!

pam — Wednesday 10th February 2010 12:00 am

I love your Between Hemispheres baby! Such gorgeous photos by all 4 of you!

As for this Apricot Tarte Tatin - it's making me long for summer. I just want to dive into that box of orange!

Mowie @ Mowielicious — Wednesday 10th February 2010 3:21 am

Your photos are fabulous! I want to reach out and grab one of those apricots. Beautiful tarte.

Sue — Wednesday 10th February 2010 3:27 am

Bron you are amazing. Those apricots are gorgeous and I can only imagine as to how this beautiful tart tastes :) bravo!!

Joy — Wednesday 10th February 2010 3:43 am

10 kg of apricots... Now that is serious business! Can't wait to see the recipe!
I will be checking out your new blog next, which sounds interesting!

Simone (junglefrog) — Wednesday 10th February 2010 4:10 am

Bron I am already a firm fan of Between Hemispheres and I congratulate you four amazing ladies on this amazing blog. Long may this association continue to bless the whole world. And you all really do.

Now, as for that are an evil woman is all I can say hehe.......looking forward to the recipes...your blog looks so beautiful. Jeanne is going to be the keynote speaker at the food bloggers conference that I am busy organizing for March whooohooo!! Hugs from the bottom end of Africa :o) xxx

Colleen — Wednesday 10th February 2010 7:49 am

I know I've wished you good luck on this in an email, but it can't hurt to say it again. Good luck. I'm sure you will have lots of fun with the chicas - all wonderful women.

Beautiful apricots too. Central Otago maybe? I saw them in the shops here last week for $15 a kilo.

barbara — Wednesday 10th February 2010 10:27 am

Oh, I'm in love ! Love this photo blog already and of course I'm drooling in front of this delicious apricot tatin...

Vanille — Wednesday 10th February 2010 1:36 pm

Oooh! I can't wait to check out the new photo blog! I am sure, knowing your talents, that it will be beyond gorgeous! Congratulations and bravo!

All is forgiven for that apricot tart! MMM!

joey — Wednesday 10th February 2010 7:52 pm

lovely combo, cant wait t try this, your photos are amazing, as always, cheers from london

pity — Tuesday 16th February 2010 7:23 am

I'm late in offering my congratulations on your years of blogging but hey, saying nice things is timeless. Here's to many more. Now I'm off to visit Between Hemispheres.

Cynthia — Thursday 18th February 2010 1:01 pm

those apricots looked really lovely, I have made 3x6lbs of spicy apricot sauce,as I dont like watties tomato sauce, thank goodness we live in an area that we can get fruit reasonably cheap. I paid on average $3:00-$4:00 per kg

vivienne — Tuesday 23rd February 2010 9:56 pm

I am sooooo envious of the apricot mountain... That's one of the things you seldom get here in the UK - good apricots. When I go home, you usually find me in the produce aisle of the supermarket fondling the plump apricots!!

Jeanne @ Cooksister — Wednesday 24th February 2010 2:07 am

I've just come across your blog through MacTweets... Your recipes and photography are absolutely amazing...inspiring!

Cristina @ TeenieCakes — Wednesday 3rd March 2010 4:09 am

What a wonderful idea. I love it. It's such a beautiful idea. The best bit for me (after the stunning photographs!), is to be reminded how small our world is with this new blog.

Julia @ Mélanger — Wednesday 24th March 2010 9:09 am

You capture so many senses in your photos. Love it.

Joanne — Thursday 25th March 2010 8:25 am

mmmh... i am missing apricots! you know, i am craving them not just because we're still caught up in what feels like deep winter around here, it's also that i grew up with the TASTIEST of apricots (from the Wachau or Hungary) and nothing, absolutely nothing i can buy here comes even close to those in taste... so i envy you, big time, and am tempted to lick the screen (if past experience didn't tell me that's futile) ;-)

johanna — Sunday 4th April 2010 11:41 am

Love your tarte; in Lebanon the apricot season is very short, so most people make apricot jam at home; I made it using sun power. Love your photography, you are very talented.

tasteofbeirut — Wednesday 5th May 2010 1:46 pm

Stunning!!! Just found your site and your photography leaves me speechless ... needless to say, your recipes too! If I ever write a book I will keep you in mind for my cover shot :) Amazing talent.

Alexa — Thursday 6th May 2010 4:06 pm

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