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In my kitchen…

…are magnificent Turkish ceramics, purchased from Metin at the Orange Grove Markets.  I’m a big fan of these intricately detailed pieces, and couldn’t resist these new offerings when I passed his stall last week…

Metin and his wife now have the store in Crows Nest full time, with a wide range of pieces on offer…

In my kitchen…

…is Pete’s favourite drink – Rochester Ginger.  This sweet brew is non-alcoholic, but carries a serious ginger hit, so it needs to either be sipped slowly, or diluted with soda or water.  Pete likes it neat, but I love it with hot water and honey.  The promotional blurb on the bottle describes it as having the “kick of two very angry mules”…

In my kitchen…

…is an Ottolenghi-inspired vegetarian paella, created for dinner with our lovely friend Craig, who came over to give us a yoga lesson…

In my kitchen…

…is the strongest truffle oil I’ve ever tried!  Unlike versions made with extra virgin olive oil, this one uses grapeseed oil, a neutral base that doesn’t overpower the truffle aroma…

In my kitchen…

…is a Scanpan bread knife with holder. My homemade ciabatta can be challenging to slice with a dodgy knife, so I thought I’d buy a sharp serrated blade that I could take on my travels…

In my kitchen…

…is a collection of Miellerie Honey from Tasmania.  Gorgeous Roz from Taste Travel gifted me a jar of the Lake Pedder honey, and I’ve been hooked ever since…

This creamed honey is unheated, and has a texture which varies from a thick caramel (in the case of Lake Pedder) to firm toffee (Blue Gum).  My current favourite is the Prickly Box, but all the varieties are delicious and distinctly different from one another.  I bought mine online from Honey Tasmania

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