In my kitchen -

In my kitchen

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Creamy humus – part of a big batch. Some for now, some for the freezer.

Paint for a project in the next room.

A few veggies from my garden.

Tea. Earl Gray in the morning; green or Sport tea in the afternoon.

A painting drying on the counter.

Dishes. Always dishes. And we have, and use, a dishwasher.

Sport tea brewing in the sun.

Flowers from the garden.

What’s happening in your kitchen?

5 thoughts on “In my kitchen”

  1. Your kitchen looks a lot like mine, minus the finger paints. My latest project has been converting all the basil in my garden into pesto for the freezer ย— so nice to thaw in the winter for pasta! BTW, thanks for the idea to freeze hummus…I’ve never tried that before. Curious how you use your Swiss chard. I have a ton of it this year, and so far have stir fried it and served it with a bit of vinegar and salt, and used it in lasagne, but am sort of running out of ideas ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. The finger paints are a nice touch, I think ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I use chard the same way I do spinach: in salads, in quiche, in stir fry….I might also try chard chips. We like kale chips, so it isn’t too much of a stretch.

  3. Hello! way back in September you posted on Renee’s blog (FIMBY) about your menu plan of planning 4 weeks at a time and then repeating. Could you share more about that? I am intrigued and MUST get into a better routine.
    Thank you!

    -A new follower

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