Let's get to it, my virtual friends. And don't forget to join in this month. I wanna see you all right here! :-)
So, in my kitchen:
|home made hummus|
I whizzed up a batch of hummus one recent morning, adding some lime pressed olive oil. So delicious! And so good for your gut health.
|bags of grated cheese heading for the freezer|
I had a block of cheddar and one of parmesan in the fridge, heading to oblivion, so I grated them up and shoved them into the freezer. So handy, so thrifty, no waste:-)
|yep another cookbook for the shelves|
|more salt! and some sprinkles|
Who could resist Nonna's spaghetti sprinkle? Not me. A mix of herbs, chillies and spices, ready to be thrown over pasta and olive oil. Gotta try it soon.
|a fancy shark peeler from friends|
Lady J. and Lord N. came to dinner bearing gifts including this shark peeler: it peels, it shreds, it slices, it juliennes - a master of all trades in fact:-)
|raw local honey|
They also brought us this raw honey from up the coast, at Mount Kilcoy. As you can see, it is an Aussie product, and unprocessed. And it has a cute bee on the label. Winner!
|Mr P.'s birthday cake|
I forgot to put up a photo of hubby's cake last month, so here it is. I made Nigella's birthday custard sponge, and went wild with chocolate ganache and sprinkles. I think she'd be proud.
|as per the label|
I'd just run out of the curry powder I use, so I dashed out to the local spice store to grab a packet, and noticed this cute little supoon. Yes it is indeed a supoon. Perfect for scraping out tall jars etc. I thought of giving it away as a gift, but I loved it too much.
|a gorgeous little bowl by Starr|
I have a beautiful cup and saucer and a plate made by the delightful Starr, so I had to add this sparkly little bowl to my collection. It is full of colour and shine; just so pretty.
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In My June Kitchen:
|In My June Kitchen Not Quite Nigella|