I am participating in Celia's In My Kitchen event again. She has dedicated this month's event to Barbara of Winos and Foodies, who passed away on Friday. I'd like to add my condolences to her family and friends. I was aware of Barbara's lovely blog due to her fantastic event A Touch of Yellow that she held to raising awareness of cancer.
Corn Crunch snacks. Very crunchy, very moreish, and very very salty. They come into individual packs. Not good for the environment but great for throwing in your bag when you are out and about.
Black Adder Liquorice tea. I used to drink this a lot and haven't drunk a lot of tea for ages. With the onset of winter I suddenly had a yen for a steaming mug of this tea. I couldn't find it in the supermarket but fortunately our health food store stocks it.
RoyalTea teabags for Christmas. He wasn't that impressed with the actual taste of the tea but the bags are fun. Sylvia thought the man in the cup was hilarious. (Apologies, your majesty!)
these brownies again.
Bourke Street Bakery. I loved the dense bread with the golden chewy crust. Great with soup. She also brought me a peach tea pot from Adrian Zumbo. It was delicious but I am less enamoured of creamy desserts.
Wallaby Bites in the health food section of the supermarket recently. Dried fruit, nuts and rice bubbles covered in chocolate. They hail from Byron Bay and are Gluten Free. Work has been very busy lately so it helps to have these snacks in a drawer in case of a chocolate emergency.
Sugardough yesterday. It is hard to find a free table in the cute little bakery cafe. It is even harder to resist all the wonderful baked goods upon leaving. Seems that young children can't resist their bread either!