It’s time to take another peek in my kitchen…
I’ve been trying out a few home delivery services for fruit and vege in the last few weeks. This beautiful box was from HomeFresh Organics. So far so good. They’re reasonably-priced and if you put in the order the by 4pm you will receive it the next day. Everything I’ve had so far has been great quality and super tasty.
I ordered the ‘mystery box.’ Ok so that’s not what it’s called but I like to think of it like that. They do have a rough list of what’s in it but I don’t look. I like it to be a surprise then a challenge to use it all up in new ways.
In my kitchen is a bottle of ginger and kafir lime cordial from the Noosa Lime Co. courtesy of my mum. I usually get their regular lime cordial but they were all out so mum got me this one to try (I haven’t opened it yet). Thanks mum!
In my kitchen is a Profilline Pushpan (it was sent to me). I’ve heard good things about these tins and I have to say I rather like it.
I like the shape that comes out at the top (might have been the cake recipe though) and so far no crumbs and no leakage and it’s easy to clean.
In my kitchen is a tub of organic honey mousse. It is so light you would think you were eating some sort of froth but with all the sweetness of honey. After a lengthy conversation with the honey man at the markets I learned that making this is not to be tried at home. He had to use a commercial mixer to make it because it needs to be whipped for an hour to get the texture.
Apparently he killed his Kitchenaid when he tried. Oh the horror!
In my kitchen is a jar of spicy salsa from the Byron Bay Chili co. Will asked if we could graduate from mild salsa so when I saw this in IGA at Noosa I had to buy it for him. It’s actually not as hot as we thought but so full of flavour and gutsy.
In my kitchen is a freezer drawer full of meat fresh from Bonnie Beef delivered right to my kitchen by the farmers themselves on Sunday. We had the eye fillets on Monday night and they were oh so tasty. It’s really reasonably priced too. If you want to have a connection to your meat and know exactly where it came from (probably even the name of the beast, or at least its dad’s name!) then check out Bonnie Beef.
In my kitchen is a butter chicken paste from Mudgeeraba Spices (also from IGA). It’s probably the most authentic paste I’ve come across so far. If only I could find a really good naan recipe we’d be all set for Indian at home.
That wraps up my kitchen tour for this month. What about you? What’s in your kitchen?
Don’t forget to check out Fig Jam and Lime Cordial to peek inside everyone else’s kitchens this month.