I love the concept of sharing on a monthly basis a little bit of whats going on in my kitchen. It’s a window into my foodie world, and in turn when I read other posts of the same topic I get to some insight into how kitchens operate all over the world which is thrilling to explore. Because of this I thought this month I would join in the November round up hosted by Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial. Already I’ve had heaps of fun reading up on other people’s contributions.
For me this very first contribution actually comes from someone elses kitchen as I’m house sitting in an area about 40km north of Brisbane, and about equal distance away from my own home. In a way it is perhaps a more cool explanation because what is in this kitchen is my necessities living away from my normal supplies and a few little treats that I’ve been exploring in someone else’s space.
In my kitchen is…. a whole lot of vintage cookbooks and I’m loving reading them and trying to choose which recipes I’d like to create.
In my kitchen is…. vintage cutlery and glassware which is reminding me of my dearly departed Nan. It’s inspiring me to cook the aforementioned vintage recipes whilst I think of her.
In my kitchen is….smoked almonds. I’m obsessed with these babies at the moment, They are so tasty with green olives and a beer, a perfect snack at the end of the day or when you have people to visit.
In my kitchen is…. fresh dates. I’m exploring healthy baking recipes that are without flour, sugar and egg and dates are the foundation of these recipes. If you like dates and coconut you must try the coconut rough recipe that I made last week.
In my kitchen is … the first of the homegrown baby tomatoes fresh from the vine. A nice little privilege from babysitting and it would be a shame to waste them whilst I wait for their true owners to return right?
I can’t wait to share some of my kitchen treats from my real kitchen next month when I’m back home.
Happy Cooking and Happy Eating,