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Here in my kitchen:
|semi-frozen tomato juice|
Yep, I bet you were wondering what that is. The grocery store delivered a feeble brand of tomato juice to me, which I was going to pour down the sink. Then I thought - ah ha - freeze it and use it in stews and soups. Et voilà! Very useful.
|gorgeous new mug|
I bought this one at the Hobart Airport on our way back home to Brisbane. It really spoke to me! Made by a local artist Mark Knight; speckled with cute dots on the inside - the mug, not the potter.
|yep just like the label says|
Bought this one at an info centre at Mt. Field National Park, about 60 kilometres north-west of Hobart. We took a lovely walk through the temperate rainforest, up to Russell Falls. Such a lovely day.
|sweet little chestnut wood tumbler|
This was another Tasmanian find, which I bought in a wonderful deli cum greengrocer cum wine store cum kitchenware-store cum florist ... well, you get the gist. Needless to say I was in foodie 7th heaven.
|as per the label :=)|
Funnily enough, I got this in Tassie, but it is a Queensland product. Oh the irony of going all that way to get it:=)
|yep another bottle of mystery sauce|
I can't resist the siren call of the Japanese grocer, so I was there again last week buying more fishy rice crackers and this mystery sauce. Hopefully, it is a type of soy sauce, but who knows?
This is my fave smoked salt of all time, and I have tried quite a few. This one reminds me of childhood; rainy days in the mountains and heading off into foggy lanes ... It is divine, my friends.
As you can see, they are 100% - something! Very hard to bite into, but delicious nonetheless. Probably full of MSG and salts and artificial flavours - or maybe just full of dried fish. Dried bonito flakes are a recurring theme in Japanese snacks, I have found.
Well, as usual, I have other things to show you, but that will have to wait. My patience (and yours) only goes so far:=) Tee hee. I refuse, I refuse I tell you, to say that awful LOL. Hoping to see many of you keen blogger types here this month. Cheers!
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