Even though I seem to spend half my life in the kitchen, I didn’t make many favourites last month. We sampled quite a few new recipes (most of which weren’t post-worthy) and we have eaten quite a bit of ho-hum food of late. As a consequence, there are only a couple of old favourites to report for this month’s round up of What we’ve been cooking. Continue reading
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Once is enough …
This month, The Cookbook Guru is featuring Saha by Greg and Lucy Malouf. One great thing about trying out recipes for the Cookbook Guru is you get to do a post even when the recipe is a dud. Normally, if a recipe is a dud, I write next to it, “Once is enough” and move on. But the Cookbook Guru wants us to critique recipes in the featured cookbook.
In My Kitchen – October 2014
In my kitchen:
Are seeds, seeds and more seeds. I have been getting my vegie patch ready for summer and putting in all my seeds. This year, I have grown red kidney, cannellini, borlotti and stringless beans; Roma tomatoes (only a couple, I promise); Lebanese cucumbers (only a few); capsicums; corn; basil; coriander; white, brown and red onions; leaks; rocket; ruby chard; summer broccoli; and Kent pumpkins. I just love watching and waiting for the seedlings to pop up through the soil. They started appearing a couple of days ago, along with the snails and slugs which appear to like the little plants as much as I do. Continue reading