In My May Kitchen

The month of April has been a disjointed one with Easter and Anzac long weekends back to back. As such my kitchen has been missing me a little but I’ve still got some yummy treats to share with you all for May. First up in my kitchen is a massive stash of handmade Turkish Delight that…

In My Kitchen This Month Is…

January has turned into February way too quickly around here.  We’ve managed to fit so much in its a wonder that there has been any time to be in the kitchen at all.  Lucky for me its somewhere that I love to be so any chance I get I still seek to have a few…

What’s happened in our kitchen this week?

We’ve been a little bit busy unwinding from a crazy celebration season so things have been a bit low key in the kitchen this past week.  This is a bit of a rundown of whats been happening for you to check out… Monday was a very special person’s birthday and in honor of the occasion…

Join Our Christmas Kitchen Today

Lady Red Specs from Please Pass The Recipe and I have a very special treat for you all just in time for Christmas.  If you are about on social media on today and looking to distract yourself in the wind down at work we will be in the kitchen together making some delicious treats and…

In My (temporary) Kitchen

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…

changing kitchens…

Is there anything more challenging to a cook than changing kitchens? I’m beginning to think not. My absence from this blog has mainly been due to us moving house (I promise I haven’t forgotten about you) and as a consequence me not really having the inspiration or energy, let alone the tools to be cooking…

these are a few of my favourite (kitchen) things

I don’t own a food processor, a mixer, a bread maker, a blender or even a piping bag. My microwave is more likely to be used as a timer, than for cooking something to eat. It’s not been intentional, to not own some of the wonderful mod cons out there, but it’s where my kitchen…

My Ode to Dijon Mustard….

To most this humble condiment is an accessory to a Sunday roast, or a ham sandwich, but for me it is a cornerstone to many things that I cook on a weekly basis. I like to think of it as a foundation to many of my favourite foods, as the glue that sticks the other…