Here's what's happening in my kitchen at the moment...
My friends at Moco sent me some of their delicious raw honey to try. I adore honey. In fact, I love it so much I named half of my blog after it.
Most people plant English Box as I hedge, I plant rosemary. It's in flower at the moment, which means it's time to prune. Pruning means my kitchen is cluttered with bottles of all shapes and sizes filled with rosemary cuttings. At this time of the year, I get to swan around my kitchen pretending I'm in a shampoo commercial with all the "forest greenery", "herbal goodness" and "natural fragrance".
I bought these measuring cups in the States when we were visiting family there a few years ago. I think they are too pretty to use as measuring cups (I have ugly plastic ones for that), so I use them for serving nuts and olives, olive oil and dukkah. I would wear them as earrings if I could.
1 Kilo Bag Callebaut Dark Chocolate Buttons:
I bought a 1 kilo bag of Callebaut Dark Chocolate Chips this month. Now I don't think my life is complete unless I have a 1 kilo bag of Callebaut Dark Chocolate Chips in my kitchen.
I've been loving reading and cooking out of one of my newest (notice I said "one" of my newest) cookbooks, My Darling Lemon Thyme by Emma Galloway. So far I've made versions of the Tahini Orange and Coconut Toasted Muesli and Spiced Pumpkin Quinoa Chocolate-Chip Muffins. I'm not gluten-intolerant, but I am bad-food-intolerant, so this book is right up my street.
Anyway, that's my kitchen for now.
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