Monday, April 7, 2014

What's in my kitchen... April 2014

I am linking this post in with Fig Jam and Lime Cordial's monthly In My Kitchen event.

In my kitchen is...

A delicious (organic and Australian!) almond and coconut milk that I bought on a whim. I don't drink dairy milks, and this one felt just a little bit special and decadent. It tastes it too, and I recognise all the ingredients in the list, which is something I always appreciate those times that I'm too lazy to make my own milks!

Organic almond and coconut goodness
Ingredients I understand!
In my kitchen is...

Lumberjack cake, something I got a strong hankering to make so I did. Apples, dates, coconut... all in moist delicious cake form? Yes please!

Full of apple and date goodness!
In my kitchen is...

Home grown goodness. Tiny tomatoes bursting with lots of organic sweetness and real tomato flavour. Dragonfruit lovingly gifted to me by my mother in law who knows how much I love them and saves the big tasty ones for me (I offered to share with Ellie but she turned her nose up... more for me!)

Nothing beats home grown

In my kitchen is...

A gorgeous Johnson Brother's platter, which unfortunately isn't here to stay. It's a gift for a friend at her kitchen tea. She doesn't read this blog so I can share and it was too pretty not to be photographed!

Johnson Brother's platter
In my kitchen is...

Lots of Nutella goodness, courtesy of a project I recently took part in. Aren't these little jars the sweetest thing? The coin is for scale comparison purposes. I think all things are cute when they are small.


In my kitchen is...

My two furry companions who like to be constantly underfoot. They really are efficient little hoovers, and will hover hopefully in the event that scraps fall to the floor. Ellie takes full advantage of this and will purposefully throw food on the ground when she is full or doesn't like it.


What is in your kitchen?

6 comments:

  1. What a beautiful platter and such lovely gift!

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  2. Your little vacuum cleaners are so cute! Looking up hopefully. I love the Nutella jar too. I wouldn't mind a few for when I travel.

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  3. I don't think I've ever had dragonfruit, such a beautiful looking fruit.

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  4. What a magnificent plate! Your wee tomatoes and cake look very good too, and your mother-in-law grew her own dragonfruit? How cool is that! :)

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  5. G'day! Wish I could come through the screen and try your cake!
    Thanks for this month's kitchen view too!!
    Cheers! Joanne

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  6. I love dragonfruit! What a treat to have them home grown. Everything is cuter when it's small, that Nutella is darling.

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