focaccia, banana bread, rice cakes, toast. It was delicious straight off the spoon. In fact there is very little sweet food that couldn't be improved by a dollop of the stuff.
Katie post about them. I couldn't find masa harina so I bought masa lista. The smallest bag was 2kg. I am sure I will never get through it. My tamales weren't fantastic but I must write about them soon. And now I have no excuse not to try making corn tortillas.
hazelnut oat choc chip cookies that I made on the weekend.
Gaytime ice creams. Sylvia loves to eat these mixed up in a bowl once they fall off the stick.
our last trip to the Fitzroy Market. It was excellent. Dense, satisfying with a chewy crust. As you would hope at around $7 a loaf. I was pleased Sylvia liked it despite the seeds.
porridge or with caramelised walnuts and ice cream.
burritos and roasted vegetable salad that I made with it. Yet I couldn't resist sharing another photo of purple cauliflower.
Not Quite Nigella blog for years. So I was interested to read her new book of the same name. Like the blog, it is a great read and has some interesting recipes. I missed the photos and being able to comment but it reminded me how short blog posts and how lovely it is to snuggle up with a good book.
Amy's Split Pea Soup at Wholefoods in East Brunswick. It was delicious and had a very simple ingredients list. I would buy it more regularly if it was cheaper and local. It is a nice alternative to making lunch with a tub from the freezer that might be soup and might be stock. (Today's freezer lunch was soup but an unidentified one!)
I am sending this post to Celia for her In My Kitchen event that she holds each month. It is a great opportunity to peek into other people's kitchens.