Thursday, 24 April 2014

this week in my kitchen








Joining in with Heather from Beauty That Moves.

A few snapshots of what has been happening in my kitchen this week.

- The first small pea harvest
- Crispy potatoes and salad
- Bringing in the passionfruit crop.

If you want to see what was happening in my kitchen in other weeks, go here, here and here.

57 comments:

  1. i'm glad to see you're sharing from the garden too! how can we not? ;) and your potato dish looks incredible!

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    1. Thank you Heather :) There's often a fine line between my kitchen and my garden! Often we just graze out there, especially on the peas!

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  2. Yum! Such beautiful photos.

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  3. yummy, love your photos everything looks so fresh and inviting

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    1. Love fresh veggies from the garden :)

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  4. Your photos are beautiful. I am loving all the fresh produce! I'm jealous - we still have quite a few months until we can harvest anything up here. Enjoy!

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    1. I'm sure it will be worth the wait though :)

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  5. Lovely photos! I'm jealous of your garden veggies... we're still a week or so off from our last frost date and it's been particularly cold, so no fresh produce yet!

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    1. We are spoiled with our good growing weather here!

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  6. The care you take in presenting your food is beautiful to see.

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  7. Love your photos. Peas already growing in your garden, how exciting. Passionfruit... I don't think I;ve ever tried them. And the crispy potatoes... yummy...I might have to try it.

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    1. Passionfruit have a very tropical taste! They are delicious :)

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  8. Was really looking forward to your kitchen blog hop and I certainly wasn't disappointed. I especially loved the potato dish. Fabulous.

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  9. those potatoes look amazing

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  10. Lovely!!! I have problems cooking the potatoes like that they always end up being uncooked in the middle, grr hahahaha

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    1. I cook them covered at the beginning to make sure they are cooked through, before crisping up the top. They take a while to cook!

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  11. Our ground is still frozen so I am loving seeing everyone else's garden photos. Your potato dish looks delicious.

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    1. I hope things warm up for you soon!

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  12. Your potatoes look so French and yum. Even at 5:48am I could tuck into them, no plate required, straight from cast iron pan:)

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  13. They all look tasty! We have a few passionfruit too - yum!

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    1. We always seem to grow more passionfruit than we can handle :)

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  14. Peas, lucky you! How did you make your potato dish? It looks beautiful. xxoo

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    1. It's not hard to make, the food processor does most of the work for you!

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  15. Your peas look divine as does the potatoes.. How neat is that to cut them so..
    Everything is lovely..

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    1. love my food processor for cutting things :)

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  16. Yes that potato dish looks amazing would love the recipe. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane, Australia

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    1. It's really easy Kathy, the potatoes are just sliced up in the food processor!

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  17. Passionfruit! 😍 and the potatoes look amazing. One food I can't have anymore and that makes me miss them!

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    1. I think I might cry if I couldn't eat potatoes any more! You make such tasty things though, I'm sure you wouldn't miss them for long!

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  18. Heart warming pictures...
    THANKS FOR SHARING...

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  19. Ok you so have to share that potato recipe! It looks like a piece of art!!! And that is the prettiest bowl of peas I have ever seen! Happy growing friend! Nicole xoxo

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    1. Nothing like homegrown peas is there?!

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  20. I can't over how tidy and neat your cooking is. It all looks so beautiful. I can't wait until we get the first pod peas over here. What an amazing green colour.
    debx

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    1. Thank you, the food processor is what makes it look so tidy though :) it cuts the potato beauitfully and I just plonk them into the pan!

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  21. You cooking looks much neater than mine! Your potato dish looks like a work of art!

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    1. Honestly, the food processor does all the hard work :)

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  22. We're all sitting in bed this morning, (duelling computers...as you do), and Chloe looks over on my screen and we both go, "Mmmm, crispy potatoes...buttery...salty...mmmm.." Guess what we're having for lunch. :)

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  23. Magazine photos! Beautiful food and I imagine it's just as delicious as it looks. I'd love to know what kind of camera you use. The potato dish is a work of art.

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    1. Thank you so much Jennifer! I just use an entry level Nikon, nothing super fancy :) I only shoot manually though, never on the auto setting.

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  24. The potato dish looks incredible, please share the recipe! xo

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    1. Thank you :) I'll try and write it up soon!

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  25. Those potatoes look absolutely lovely!

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  26. Your food photos are amazing. I can feel the peas crunching in my mind...

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