This gingerbread man biscuit barrel comes out with the Christmas tree. I need to make me some mini gingerbread to go in these.
I picked up this lonesome wine glass with Christmas tree last week from a charity shop for £1.00. Its quite solid. If you look close at the glass surface it looks as if snow is falling.
This black truffle extra virgin oil for drizzling over soup. I can also re-use and recycle the glass bottle.
I still have beetroot coming from the garden, but its actually the platter I want to showcase here with the beetroot design. We picked it up when we went to Port Meirion in North Wales this year with friends.
Our cereal bowls are dwindling due to someone in the house having butter fingers, so we got some more. I found the outside of the bowls more aesthetically pleasing than the inside which were mostly shades of blue in colour. Blue is not a colour I gravitate towards, but my oh my they are so glossy. They will also be good for soup too.
D picked up these Breton biscuits. He remembered them from our time in Breton nearly 10 years ago.
I decided I wanted a biscuit selection of my own and went for this fancy selection of coconut & hazelnut, cranberry & caramel and mint & cocoa. I know come the New Year I will be regretting this purchase, so hopefully we will have some guests over Christmas season to help me go through them.
I picked up this biscuit tin from a boot market about six months ago. For those of you who follow my blog, can see why i gravitated towards it. We often fill it up with crackers and oatcakes for cheese.
I am sure I will have more food related things come into my kitchen over the festive season, but that is all I have for now. I look forward to seeing what's in you kitchen if you join in with Sherry's Pickings for the In My Kitchen series.