Its the only homegrown vegetable I am sharing this month, but I am hoping come next month there will be a lot more.
Starting off with M&S Sweet Potato, Parsnip and Beetroot Vegetable Crisps. I must admit these were much better than the Tyrells Vegetable Crisps that I shared in last months IMK blog post.
I picked up these Monterey Jack & Jalapeno and Ancho Chilli & Red Pepper Tortilla Rolls in other words crisps or chips simply for the flavours.
Now onto some fries, these so called Rainbow Fries made from beetroot, carrot and parsnips were actually very good and so much better than the potato fries we had a few weeks back. I am hoping to pick them up again as a standby.
This vegan No Dough Pizza Co made with cauliflower base and BBQ Jackfruit was an impulse purchase as it was on offer. I have to confess, when I took it out of its packaging and placed it on a baking tray, it looked like it was going to be disappointing, but once baked it was to the eye, but once baked it was actually .
My nephew gave us a box of Lindt Lindor Chocolate last month. I don't want to sound ungrateful, but the last box of strawberry or was it raspberry lindt balls bestowed upon us was not very nice, so I was not looking forward to trying these, but when D did unwrap the packaging and I got to try one. It was quite rich and got the thumbs up from me.I picked up these Piquillo Pepper for antipasti, but also as an addition to my homemade made pasta salads. We had some this weekend in a panini and its not steeped in water like most peppers in jars.
This jar of okra is D's purchase. He quite likes okra. I don't mind fresh okra as I can cook down its gelatinous texture, but I must admit I am not sure about these - will find out soon enough when we come to eat it.
Another purchase by D was this The Collective UK Pina Colada Yogurt. It actually did taste like pina colada!
I picked up this Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate as I had tried some a couple of years back when we went to Gloucester and remembered enjoying it , but never seen it in the supermarkets. Well I saw it recently in the reduced section and nabbed one.
I have featured Pip's Real Hot Chocolate Co. on my blog before. Its a company based in Wales. I decided to treat myself and picked up four flavours: Turkish Ruby, Obsidian Orange, Hazelnut Praline and Black Forest to enjoy come autumn, winter or simply when my heart desires.
Another Welsh product - Welsh Brew Infusions, these were given to me by my nephew to try. He is a sweetheart and I am glad, I can try before I buy.
Along with the Cold Infuse for Water Bottles
And Hoogly Chill Out Mint and Rhubarb & Vanilla Green Tea.
Finally these Twinnings Apple & Pear Green Tea and Coconut & Mango Green Tea are my own purchases. Let me tell you I am not a green tea drinker, in fact I have avoided it as it tasted metallic to me, but then at work I found myself trying Apple & Pear Green Tea and found myself quite liking it. So here it is in my kitchen, the Coconut & Mango one does not quite hit the spot.
I am sharing this blog post with Sherry's Picking for the In My Kitchen series. If you would like to join in, send your post to Sherry by the 13th of the month.