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May 09, 2011

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another outspoken female

What a monument :) Glad it's working AOK and fingertips are regrowing. Beautiful pic of Poppy teaching you guys to chill out and stop swearing at Mr Jeavons.

paula

what a giggle, can't wait for the loaves of bread to start emerging ...

Johanna GGG

ouch - that is a brick oven built with blood sweat and tears - I am sure it will be worthwhile when the pizza and bread comes out - but geez! Hope Peter's hands are recovering well

chelsea

Oooo - the idea of those poor fingers! Yikes - what a job. Gorgeous work though; and plenty of rewards in the future for sure.

Denise | Chez Danisse

Dedication! Your soup photograph is beautiful and I especially love the name of your soup recipe.

kathryn

How exciting, it's done!! Who needs fingers, when you have a brick oven. I mean really . . .

So glad to hear it's over, you've all survived and now you get to the really fun part.

And Ms Lucy, that photo of the chook!!! Well it's simply amazing really.

yasmeen @ wandering spice

way to go! brick ovens are so incredibly worth it. my mister's parents have one, and we often trek out to their farm in the country to bake fresh pizzas.

and my, my. that soup!

Elaine

From the photos alone I can imagine The Story of the Brick Oven That Lucy & Peter Built. But oh dear, the fingers...I'm so glad you didn't include those pictures. Poor Peter.

Lucy

Elaine: he's only just been able to do some things this week - 3 weeks later (!!) - but he's one tough bloke. didn't complain at all. hardly a peep...i could hardly bear to even look at the fingers! and he refused to go to the doctor. all is well now, thank gawd.

Sarah Crowder

I've been following your brick oven story and - Wow! It looks so great! Thanks for sharing.

Amanda

It's a thing of beauty, as is that soup. I am dying to hear what you cook in there.

Genie

Ouch, that ordeal sounds painful, but if the chicken soup helped digit regeneration, then all the more power to the chicken soup. Fancy kids going off chicken. First I've ever heard of it. I thought chicken was supposed to be generic meat that you can't get sick of? Especially when hidden in a soothing tonic like your soup.

Lucy

hi sarah: been quite the saga! will show off the final beast (with some pride, i must add) when this film gets processed.

amanda: i have a feeling that there will be multiple visits to your archive...

genie i know! oy. that these kids are 20 and 18 may have something to do with it...they come to us expecting delectable vegetarian food most of the time.

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