In my July kitchen….
….I have a huge bowl of Barossa Valley walnuts that I bought over Easter from the CWA in Angaston. They are sitting in a beautifully hand turned wooden bowl I won at the Ziegenmarkt auction whilst we were at the Barossa Vintage Festival. They’re burning a hole in my pocket. I was going to make a cake with them last week but missed the moment. Hmmm…. What to do? What to do?
In my kitchen…..
…..is an enormous bag of Blue Sky Coffee beans from their roastery in Teneriffe. I thought I was buying ground coffee but wasn’t paying attention. I have a very small coffee grinder so I can only grind it one plunger at a time.
In my kitchen……
…..is an ever growing pile of cookbooks that under no circumstances can be put on the shelf until they have been read from cover to cover. They’re just a bit too big to take on the bus every day to read on the way to work, so the pile sits there, looking at me.
In my kitchen…..
…..is this enormous bottle of olive oil that was sent to me as a gift from Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards as a thank you for tweeting during their Porchetta Party and for sending them a copy of all my photos. It arrived unexpectedly and came with a very handsome bottle of HJ Shiraz. The wine will be cellared and the oil will be savoured. Thanks Corinna!
In my kitchen….
….are some yellow runner beans, picked from my garden. It’s not really bean season but the winter has been mild in Brisbane (24c today!) so they keep appearing.
In My Kitchen is coordinated on a monthly basis by Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial (great name huh?). It’s an opportunity for bloggers to talk about what’s happening in their kitchen and their lives and maybe include a few things that they haven’t had time to blog about. If you visit Celia’s blog, you can read about other In My Kitchen enthusiasts.