In my Kitchen this month is a mess, it seems that every time I turned around I had more and more washing up and cleaning to do! I have been doing so much cooking that one day I just sat down in the middle of the floor and had a drink, as all the chairs had something on them.
So I have cooked for a church fundraiser, completed 3 different days of teaching people how to make dough in their Thermomix’s, I have been trying to get ahead with my mid week meals for my blog, so I can enjoy my holiday (Melbourne to have dinner at “The Fat Duck” 2 part blog series to follow) and have been cooking up a storm. I have also been developing some wonderful recipes using Maleny Dairies products and I have to say that their milk products are so great to work with. BREATHE!
In My Kitchen is this beautiful lead crystal bowl given to me by a friend, well actually, she asked me if it was ok to grow succulents in it and I responded with such horror that I think she felt guilty and said I could have it, oops, but now I have this beautiful bowl and I did tell her I would make something delicious to put in it.
In My Kitchen are these melts… I never use melts, but mum being so amazingly thoughtful saw them on special and bought them, thinking I would use them, so now I have to come up with some chocolate recipes… Ah Well. 🙂
In My Kitchen are these beautiful flowers. I cooked a friend dinner and she bought them as a gift. I love flowers and I think it is always thoughtful to bring a gift for the host that is just for them and especially not to be consumed on the night.
In My Kitchen is butter, all sorts of different butter which I turn into different creations!
In My Kitchen is fresh buttermilk as a result of all the butter making, so I decided to make this buttermilk tart that turned out beautifully. The recipe is HERE if your interested.
In My Kitchen is another cookbook. I know, I know, I keep saying that I’m not buying any more, but I received this one as a Thermomix consultant. It is by Lousie Fulton Keats, Margaret Fulton’s granddaughter new book, which she bought out as a normal cookbook as well as a Thermomix version. I have really enjoyed the recipes I have made. I have to say that the
LAXATIVE, Prune and Date Brownies are my favourite so far!
Don’t forget to pop on over the Celia’s Blog @ Fig Jam and Lime Cordial and check out all the amazing In My Kitchen Posts this month!
I hope you enjoyed the little look around my kitchen this month. I look forward to hearing from you as always and looking into all your kitchens as well!
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