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Posts Tagged ‘meringues and custard’

In my kitchen…

…is an easy mid-week dessert – meringues with microwave custard and frozen raspberries…

In my kitchen…

…is treasureCape Grim beef ribs purchased at the markets for a song (they were surplus from an export order)…

A slow four-hour bake transformed them into sticky, tender perfection…

In my kitchen…

…is a large slab of salmon, smoked by our neighbour Ellen. The Neighbour Ware is not only coming back, it’s coming back with food on it…

And speaking of the Neighbour Ware, in my kitchen…

…is the latest addition to the set, from the Johnson Brothers Born to Shop range…

…the plate came with a matching teacup and saucer that says Dieting is Wishful Shrinking.  So true, so true…

In my kitchen…

…are dark and light Muscovado sugar. They add a treacly note to my baking…

In my kitchen…

…is Wednesday’s harvest – carrots, Tuscan kale, a perennial leek, white kohlrabi and three eggs…

…and Thursday’s harvest – self-sown endive, cucumbers, a patty pan squash and lots of small eggplants…

In my kitchen…

…are black mussels, cooked with soy, ginger and chilli. An easy and surprisingly economical meal!

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Tell me, what’s happening in your kitchen this month?

If you’d like to do an In My Kitchen post on your own blog, please feel free  to use this format, and to leave a comment here linking back to your post.  We’d love to see what’s happening in your kitchen this month!

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Here are this month’s posts…

Shelley @ All Litten Up

Christine @ Food Wine Travel

Sorcha @ xo.sorcha.ox

Rose @ Greening The Rose

Christine @ Invisible Spice

Pam @ Grow, Bake, Run

Sally @ Bewitching Kitchen

Brydie @ CityHippyFarmgirl

Misk @ Misk Cooks

Claire @ Claire K Creations

Karen @ Soul Kitchen Blog

Mandy @ The Complete Cookbook

Matina @ Delicio8

Sue @ Sous Chef

Tandy @ Lavender and Lime

Jane @ The Shady Baker

Lizzy @ Bizzy Lizzy’s Good Things

Glenda @ Passion Fruit Garden

Heidi @ Steps on the Journey

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