|not the best photo but you get the idea|
|once again this year I grabbed a bottle of this special oil - expensive but worth it:)|
|some local honey I bought at an olive farm festival|
|couldn't resist this cute little grinder even though I make my own extract. |
This brand actually comes from the Queen factory up the road from our place!
|now who can resist real Canadian maple syrup? Not I said the fly!:)|
|I adore olive salt!|
|I read about this on a blog recently; yep pretty darn delish!|
|not really in my kitchen but I had to add this in. A commemorative red poppy dish from NZ for Anzac Day.|
|olive oil from the local olive farm festival|
|a bucket of chillies from our neighbour across the road; I just slung them into the freezer for later use!|
It was an emotional month what with the Anzac Day ceremonies, the execution of the Bali Nine duo, people drowning in the stormwaters (yes, I know technically that was in May) and a bit of sinus-y bother for me. At least this month has started off really well - with a new princess! She is so pretty, don't you think? And a visit next week from some of our northerly relatives will brighten up the month too. Thanks Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for hosting this monthly get-together of food bloggers from all over the world. And join in everybody, by sharing your kitchen goodies with the rest of us:).