Hello friends, welcome to my kitchen once again. Can it really be autumn?
There are still some tunes pumping out of my kitchen when the time is right. Lately there has been a little Roland Tings, 1200 Techniques and once again, Eric Church. Eric's music always makes me feel a little sentimental, but a kitchen can’t function on music and sentimental thoughts alone!
One tiny pear held by an eight year old hand that is quickly growing. This year we picked three pears from our young tree, I look forward to more next year.
My final harvest of tomatoes. When I picked this lot I hoped they would ripen and some of them did. Some of them just turned brown and attracted bugs.
This lot went into the wood oven overnight after we had cooked a lamb roast. They dried beautifully and I have frozen them for future use, probably on pizza.
Rolled oats are one of my favourite ingredients. Some go into muesli to get my day off to a tasty and satisfying start. Some go into biscuits for morning tea and school day snacks. I also used home-grown/home dried apricots in both the muesli and the biscuits. I think I have said it before but dried fruit and rolled oats cancel out all other less ingredients, surely.
Old stuff tends to just find me. This little collection was amongst a whole box of other treasure I recently acquired. I think each piece could tell a few stories about outback storerooms and no nonsense food. The Bunnykins baby bowl is very heavy and extremely well worn.
What is happening in your kitchen this month?
Are you collecting or baking or listening to tunes?
Once again I am linking up with my friend Celia from Fig Jame and Lime Cordial.