Welcome to another little tour of my kitchen.
This post starts with coffee. Throughout my days at home I drink a lot of tea. But, sometime around 9am everyday the household comes to a standstill for coffee. After several years finding my way around our machine I am mostly happy with my amateur barista skills.
A big pot of vegetables picked entirely from my garden except for the flecks of red onion. This harvest was a rescue mission for the capsicums and beans before they finally surrendered to several heavy frosts.
Chocolate Waffles with Salted Guinness Caramel...yes this is major indulgence territory. When I found this magnificent recipe I just had to try it and it did not disappoint. I made them as small pancakes rather than waffles. You must try this recipe at least once!
These photos are of my home butcher husband Terry, rolling a boneless lamb roast. This is a great way to use odd cuts of meat and also makes carving the cooked roast easier.
A fragrant bowl of cinnamon, coriander seed, cloves and cardamon ready to be ground and pounded into my interpretation of Chai tea. All these incredible spices came by mail order from Herbies, bless them.
Finally, a box of Kourabiethes or Greek Shortbread. I made these as a special birthday gift and topped the box off with a sweet ceramic tag from Paper Boat Press.
What have you been cooking?
Do you have anything new in your kitchen?
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