Thursday, 7 August 2014

this week in my kitchen







Joining in with Heather from Beauty that Moves. Showing some glimpses into my kitchen and what's been happening in there this week.


- Lots of bread making going on. Regular wholegrain bread for the kid's sandwiches and some Sultana Cinnamon bread for toast.

- As always loads of food from the garden showing up in all our meals. So much food out there at the moment. Of course pumpkin seems to make it into pretty much everything. Got to do something with all those pumpkins!!

- Kaffir lime zest is incredibly delicious in stir fries, as well as salads. Just so you know.

- Some truly delicious budget biscuit making as well. The recipe for the biscuits can be found HERE.


Thanks so much for coming and taking a look around, I love having visitors!



Wanna see what else has been happening in my kitchen? Go HERE.

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38 comments:

  1. Everything looks delicious and how the same your pics are amazing. What about your bread??? Yummy!!!

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    1. Thank you, my kids always eat the bread so fast!

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  2. your bread looks delicious also the other things that you have made.
    have a nice time,
    hugs regina

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    1. Thanks Regina :) Fresh bread is popular in our house!

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  3. All of your food looks delicious. You must be a great cook!

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    1. Thank you Jennifer. I don't know how great I am. I enjoy it though, which is the important thing I guess :)

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  4. This all looks delicious!
    Erin

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  5. Your food looks so amazing! and you take marvelous photographs!

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    1. oh thanks :) My camera is actually misbehaving at the moment!

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  6. Yummy looking bread! Well everything looks delicious actually. Thanks for the tip re. kaffir lime zest :-) Have a great weekend, Bridget

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    1. OH I was laughing when I wrote that. My husband says I say "Just so you know" far too much!!

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  7. What a great week in your kitchen, everything looks delicious.

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  8. Your bread looks wonderful and of course I bought the ingredients yesterday for the biscuit recipe. Have a good week. Regards Kathy A, Brisbane

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    1. Oh please let me know how they go Kathy!

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  9. Everything from your kitchen this week looks delicious.

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  10. Do you still want a couple of extra pumpkin recipes? One is for Maple Glazed Pumpkin that you bake with a roast and the other is for a pumpkin fruit cake ( a very light one), but they're too long for a blog. Email me at melindip@hotmail.com if you are interested. Melindi

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    1. Fruit cake is not so big in my house- but I'd love the Maple Glazed Pumpkin recipe! Thanks Melindi

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  11. May I come and live with you?

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    1. Nicole you know you can come round anytime. Food, sewing and chat (plus clucking over your upcoming arrival) my kind of fun xxx

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  12. Oh beautiful pictures!!! Everything looks so delicious. Your breads, I love. And the biscuits... I'll have to try that recipe.

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    1. Oh thank you! We love the bikkies in this house :)

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  13. AH honey!!! Look at all of this goodness happening in your kitchen!! Your bread looks amazing!! Have you shared the recipe before??? And your garden harvest is fantastic! Wishing you a wonderful weekend....you inspire! Nicole xoxo

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    1. Thanks Nicole :) I don't think I have shared my bread recipe before! I'll have to do that.

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  14. I love the bread oh and the cookie dough, thanks for sharing the recipe, I need to try that out very soon

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  15. Nice colours. And everthing looks so delicious.
    First time I saw the name of your blog, I thought it is a german blog. What does Ock.Du.Spock mean?
    Have a nice Weekend ♥

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    1. Not german, Australian :) The name comes from a family nickname.

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  16. Ooh, pumpkins! I love pumpkin in pretty much everything...even hot chocolate in the wintertime (to make it thick like a Venetian cocoa). We aren't even close to having winter squash yet, but at least it's all flowering! I have cookie envy, too, as our oven broke and, well...I've tried baking cookies in the grill before...I'll just let you imagine how well that went! Enjoy the bounty!

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    1. Ok pumpkin in hot chocolate is new to me! I think the kids might go crazy over that one!

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  17. Your food always looks wonderful :) thank you for sharing!

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  18. Would you be able to share your sultana cinnamotn bread recipe. I have been looking for a sweet bread recipe for a while but haven't found anything we all like. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous garden with us I just love seeing a new post pop up.

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    1. Thanks so much for your lovely comment :) I'll see if I can get the bread recipe written up at some point!

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