Can you believe it… a year has passed since joining the wonderful blogging community participating in Celia’s In My Kitchen monthly posts. I look forward to these posts each month and love seeing what others have in their kitchens. So cheers to another year 🙂
Hubby bought me these small wooden boards on his travels as he thought they might come in handy with my food photography… which I’m sure they will. And some lovely chocolate bark in all sorts of flavors in my kitchen… but not for long.
Homemade basil pesto is so easy to make and a pot will store happily in your fridge for a week… if you manage to keep it that long.
Spelt berries, quinoa and couscous are some store cupboard staples in my kitchen. Love adding them to salads, making them more wholesome. The small dishes are from my collections of Nicholas Mosse pottery… all the way from Ireland. I have many pieces in my kitchen which have travelled back with me over the years.
Some colorful fresh veggies and some very sweet mulberries in my kitchen from our local farmers market. Love the vibrant color of the purple cauliflower and after steaming, turned a shade paler. Looks so pretty in salads and in gratins. Purple cauliflower is the same family as broccoli and some call it broccoli! It has a sweeter taste and not as bland as white cauliflower.
Often on a Friday we cook local fish for lunch and we love Safi. The smaller the tastier and all you need do, sprinkle over some fish spices and season with a little salt, then fry. These are so delicious and the only way to eat them is with your hands. When fried they have a very strong aroma that clings to everything so we always cook them outside.
What was In My Kitchen One Year Ago: