Beautifully sliced

My very first post gave the POD nod to Baker D. Chirico's pop up in Crossley Lane. Never one to disappoint, Daniel's newbie on Faraday St in Carlton is a beautifully executed, contemporary showcase for those seeking a dose of daily bread (and other yummy goodies) without the need for a take away coffee (yes, it is just a bread shop - thank goodness for that - and Brunetti is just a few paces away for the caffeine fix).  I assumed it was inspired by one of those slatted bread boards with crumb tray thingy (which apparently it was). March Studio has taken that inspiration and delivered the best thing since sliced bread.

Baker rises again


This little loaf of loveliness has risen again in time for Easter.  My tip is to ditch the cheap chockie eggs and delve into Daniel's delicious nougat instead. Easter is still a couple of weeks away but don't let that stop you dropping in for the best Bomboloni in town before the bunny arrives. You can find this perky little pop up in Crossley St Melbourne (Becco / Gingerboy territory). Thanks to Daniel for the chat and snap opp. Word on the street is that there is another retail bun in the oven which is due soon (Nonda Katsalidis' Little Hero building). Graphics by P.A.M. (Perks & Mini). Ooh I love Melbourne (and these bomboloni!)