Monday, January 11, 2010

i hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record





finnish coffee break; Pulla (pronounced Boo-lah). I can bake, who knew?
about to finally get dressed and head to down to the studio. hoping my new dyson arrives today. yesterday's flower class was rad, I can't wait to show you the photo's

24 comments:

Liane said...

that bread looks goddamn good.

Blue Muse said...

There is nothing better than the smell of bread baking! Good job!
xo Isa

Mlle Paradis said...

That bread is beautiful! You CAN bake!

Silent Storyteller said...

delicious......

subliminalrabbit said...

i forget what eight was for

Jennie said...

...did I happen to mention that I'm impressed?

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Susan said...

Oh...I can almost smell that pulla. I might have to make some myself. It's not like we have any shortage of cardamom!!

love you.
m.

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SigrĂșn said...

looks like the real thing :)greeting from Finland

aruna b. photography said...

that looks GGOODD! do you have a recipe that you could share?

Nicole Milman said...

i can never make a good fluffy pulla - any tips?

Sarah said...

nicole - i think maybe that pulla is just supposed to be dense. i've never had it be really fluffy on the inside. i'm not going to give you any advice, b/c honestly it's a miracle that this even turned out considering my horrific baking track record..

Nicole Milman said...

Sarah, thanks - the pulla looks wonderful. How did it taste? I sometimes think Finnish housewives use some sort of sorcery to make this bread. Or their nice Tulikivi stone baking/heating ovens!
I'm going to Brooklyn once a month to see my in-laws. I'm hoping to make it to your shop one of these trips!
hei hei

Sarah said...

nicole - tasted just like my mummo's - Cardomon is really the key.

Nicole Milman said...

Sarah, it is all about the cardamon, I agree. Is this the mummo with the mokki cabin in Canada? My mom is from central Finland, not far from Jyvaskyla. Where in Finland is your family from? Sorry I'm nosy, and I'm enjoying your beautiful flower arrangements!

Sarah said...

yes, mummo has the cabin in canada. she was from viipuri, which used to belong to finland before ww1 if my history is correct (now its russian territory) her and my grandfather lived in Tampere for years before emigrating to canada in 1951 or so.

Nicole Milman said...

ahh, Karelia. I've always wanted to go there but I'm afraid to see what this Viipuri/Vyborg looks like now. I have a cousin living in Tampere. Is your mom Finnish as well? thanks for sharing - this isn't a geneology/Finnish culture blog after all. I won't pester you any longer :)

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Okay, can I just say: not fair. You make all those gorgeous arrangements AND you can bake something that looks this good.