It has been sooo long since I did an In My Kitchen post – 6 months, in fact. To prove it, I have included this photo I took last May for my June In My Kitchen post that never happened. Clearly, I decided to make tomato sauce out of the last of the tomatoes. (Here is the recipe if anyone is interested.) Before long, I will be taking photos of this year’s tomato harvest but, for now, I am buying them. It breaks my heart to do so when I know that, in a few weeks, I will have so many I won’t know what to do with them all. It is always the same. Continue reading
In my kitchen:
Was a kiwano. It is also called an African horned cucumber or melon.
Am I the only one who remembers eating these as a kid? We used to call them prickly cucumbers and I loved them. I have no idea where they came from but I presume Mum, or someone she knew, grew them. I believe they are easy to grow in a climate with hot dry summers. Perth would be ideal! Continue reading
Happy New Year, everyone!
I haven’t written an “In My Kitchen” post for a while as I haven’t had anything new but I do now!
In my kitchen:
Are cherries. As I mentioned in my previous post, we harvested cherries this year for only the second time in 20 years. Clearly, the weather was just right for them as the trees produced their crop despite total neglect. Continue reading
I have been holding off writing an In My Kitchen post until I had some new things to show you but, with two kitchens full, I am not buying many new things. That is why it has been a while since my last In My Kitchen post . My kitchens have all the gadgets and toys they could possibly want, although …
Every now and again, something very special, like this gorgeous jug, catches my eye and I can’t resist . Continue reading
Hello, everyone. Do you love my cover photo? This is how Maus and I open canned food – with an old fashioned can punch.
Those who have been reading this blog for a while would know I have a few things in my kitchen but, alas, on this night, there was no can opener. Luckily, Maus found an old can punch in the back of the drawer, otherwise we would have been stuck. I must put a can opener on the shopping list. Continue reading
Sorry I haven’t been around for a while but I have an excuse. We have been in Adelaide for their Cabaret Festival. I must say, we were very impressed. For a small city, they put on a great, well-organised festival. We were also impressed with how well patronised the shows were. Most of the shows were either booked out or had only a few empty seats. Continue reading
In my kitchen:
Are two Kashmiri papier mâché apples. We bought them in Sri Nagar in 1988 from Suffering Moses – yes, that was the name of the shop. They are hand painted. I can see why we bought them. I love the colours and the stained glass on our front windows is of irises. Because of this, we have bought quite a few iris-themed pieces over the years.