Wallabi's Farm: The English Hototogisu Bakery and Farm Blog

Hello, my name is Sara. In 2005 my husband and I bought an old farmhouse in Okayama, borrowed a few fields and set to building ourselves a pleasant rural life. Now, several years on, we have fields a-plenty, what was until the end of 2012 a wheaty bread bakery and is now prepping to be a gluten-free space, and have incorporated our efforts into the Hototogisu Bakery and Farm. Welcome!

Saturday, April 15, 2006

Cinnamon Rolls

Our cinnamon raisin rolls made with sourdough and baked in the mud oven. These are baked in muffin tins for cleaner appearances. We eat them for breakfast, afternoon treats, dessert... Kaori is in charge of creating the best cinnabon recipe in the world! Sara and Shuzo get to 'test eat' every batch :9

Wallabi scratching his back with his horns. I was gonna take pictures of the babies, then decided I could give my attention to Wallabi today. So here is Wallabi's shot of the day!

From our friend's house...


At 9:21 AM, Blogger WendyJI said...

I love your goats! So cute! And welcome to Blogger. I can't wait to read updates about your rennovation and interesting life!

At 9:39 AM, Blogger minori's mom said...

hi! i just saw your post on mij... didn't know of your blog before. for someone suffering from the hustle and the bustle of urban life, i especially love the sense of serenity your photos give me! i'm definitely bookmarking this site. keep up the good work!

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At 9:31 PM, Blogger Jennifer said...

What a fun blog. I'll visit here again. If only I could taste those delicious looking cinnamon rolls!!! I'm a member of MIJ in Yamaguchi-ken.

At 4:23 PM, Blogger Akubi-chan said...

Wow what a great place!
An old fashioned farm and with the yellow rubber ducky in the last photo, it all reminds me of "Dash mura" on TV ! (they have a similar looking rubber duck in their pond...)
Dash Mura is our dream lifestyle, so I will definately be a regular visitor to your blog!


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