When we were on holiday in Brighton we picked up these Fruit and Vegetable posters for our home.
There is sadly no room on the walls in the kitchen, so these framed Fruits and Vegetable posters are in our hallway and they look wonderful. I am very pleased with them.
October means Halloween and I won't be carving any pumpkins any time soon, but I picked up these adorable Munchkin pumpkins from the supermarket, I know exactly what I will be making with them.
My mother in law gave me a jar of Vegemite when we visited her briefly in September. I can't remember how or why she acquired it, but I do know I was the beneficiary of this yellow jar all the way from Australia, albeit via the supermarkets in the UK. My long time blogger friend Johanna from Green Gourmet Giraffe will be pleased!
I picked this Chickpea spread, fresh yeast and a sort of mixed spice for cookies and cakes from a local Polish shop.
Even though this Loving Earth Salted Chocolate is out of the packet, I have not yet tried it. Please don't ask me how I resist?! UPDATE I ripped open the packet on Tuesday evening. I may have misled some of you, its not really chocoalte. Its descirbed on the packaging as Caramel Wholefood Chocolate made from cashews, coconut and cacao. It smells like cocoa butter. Its not as salty as I expected which disappointed a little, but it made for an interesting change from dark chocolate. Do try it and make up your own mind.
Some vegan cream for cakes and something rather interesting, a tin of Baked Beans with mini Lincolnshire sausages.
Vegan Italian Gourmet Sausage - I am looking forward to trying this as I have never had anything like it before.
Vegan Spelt Croissant and Soja Steaks that purchased from Bristol VX last month.
I made this Beetroot Chutney with some beetroot that was given to me by a work colleague.
I picked some nasturtium seeds from the garden and made a couple of jars of Pickled Nasturtium Pods. I am looking forward to see how they compare the pickled capers we find here in jars.
I've been drinking lots of herbal teas recently because my throat has been quite sore (by the way I have finally made an appointment to get my nagging cough of almost 2 months seen by the doctors tomorrow). My friend Leah who lives in America sent me some popcorn tea a long while back, I saw this at a local supermarket and picked myself and my nephew some.
I haven't had cheese for a while, so yesterday when I was in Cardiff I picked up a sourdough bread from a Portuguese bakery and some posh soft stinky cheese from M&S. Yesterday evening, we plonked ourselves in front of the TV to watch the series The Walking Dead on DVD.
If you interested you may want to take a peek at September In My Kitchen, but this month and I have just made it in time before the deadline, I am sharing this In my Kitchen with our new host Bizzy Lizzy's Good Things who is taking over from The Orgasmic Chef. In My Kitchen is a super event for loggers to share what in their kitchen from all around the world, it was started by Celia who blogs over at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial. .