April 9, 2013
In My Kitchen- April Edition
In My Kitchen...
Is still my old kitchen. We are getting a Whole New Look later this year- it was supposed to be early this year- but it will happen....eventually! So far we have chosen a nice tealy colour glass splash back to replace the tiles, and a darker wooden bench top. My big appliances are still just hanging in there waiting to be built in, but I know it will be a job worth waiting for :)
This is such a fun way to catch up with some other Bloggy Buddies and find out what's happening in their kitchens around the Blogisphere and around the world.
Bought to us all as usual by Dearest Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial, check out all the other IMK posts at her blog here:
In My Kitchen... is a beautiful box of Capilano Honeyfusions that I used to make the Honey and Lemon Lamb Tagine from my last post http://intolerantchef.blogspot.com.au/2013/04/honey-and-lemon-lamb-tagine.html Isn't it packaged beautifully? Like the gorgeous gift that it is, not just another box of ingredients- Thanks Emma and all the guys at Capilano
In My Kitchen... is yet another new cookbook- Jerusalem by Yotham Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi. Full of amazing flavour combinations from both Jewish and Palestinian recipes- Yummo!
In My Kitchen... are some gorgeous blue ceramic Punnets given to me by my Bestie, Pony. They are so cute, and look lovely and fun filled with bright red cherry tomatoes and strawberries!
In My Kitchen... is an embarrassing amount of chocolates left over from LAST Easter. I really just don't have that much of a sweet tooth
In My Kitchen... is also another stack of chocolates from THIS Easter. I can't give them to the kiddies as they don't like dark chocolate, I will just have to work my way through them slowly....
In My Kitchen... is a jar of Black Sesame Spread that I bought at Woolies. I can hardly wait to make some rice dumplings with it!
In My Kitchen... are some more ingredients from the dark side- Black Garlic. A present from BigJ, much nicer than chocolate :) Full of wonderful healthy properties and more importantly, full of flavour!
So Dear Readers, what would you make with the black sesame paste or the black garlic, and what's going on in your kitchen this month?