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In My Kitchen January and February 2013 — 51 Comments

  1. How cool is that lettuce?! That must be a useful thing to have around. Enjoy your ice cream scooper- it’s great to portion out cookie dough too 🙂

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    • I really have to get some cookie dough mixed up!

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  2. Great post!
    You have some lovely treasures in your kitchen.

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    • thanks Tok, I am enjoying using them all 🙂

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  3. You’ve got some really lovely things in your kitchen at the moment 🙂
    Thanks for stopping by my blog – lovely to meet you too!
    Sarah xx

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    • Thank you Sarah 🙂

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  4. Love the book but I don’t like bamboo spoons. Mine are bamboo spoons are getting little chips and they are hardly used. I have several wooden spoons that are so old that I just love…they are like old friends in my hand.

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    • I am hoping that this one lasts as my wooden spoons were looking sad! I saw some cheap bamboo spoons the other day which I did not buy as I am sure they will not last 🙂

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  5. You nearly buy kitchenitems, each month! That must be expensive! 🙁

    I love your kitchen things! What do you do with a garlic card?

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    • I am addicted to my kitchen – but some things are gifts 🙂 I will blog about the garlic card Sophie!

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  6. Tandy, that spoon looks wonderful – I haven’t seen a bamboo one here, but I’m on the lookout now! And I’d love to know how you use your garlic card – is it like a grater? I’m so glad you don’t have to take nuts and dried fruits out of your diet! And I use my icecream scoop to shape cookie dough!

    So nice to have you back, we really missed you last month! (PS. How’s your fridge looking? I miss seeing inside it! :))

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    • I will have to blog about how to use the garlic card! The spoon is from Maxwell and Williams so I am sure you will be able to find one there. I will take a pic of my fridge for you 🙂

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  7. Lovely dogs, Tandy! I like the spoon and the garlic tools too. I am in the process of CLEANING my kitchen and removing old pans, broken spoons, old and forgotten spices…that it could be a very long post.

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    • I love a good clear out Rita 🙂

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  8. The book is a real treasure in every way.

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    • It is! I’ve been writing in it already when my head is full of ideas 🙂

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  9. So many lovely gifts Tandy! How sweet!! Ahhhh The ice-cream churner makes me miss my kitchen aid so much.. sighh.. I’m so depressed that I can’t use my kitchen aid here in asia due to the differences in voltage! 🙁 Gotta figure out a way to use some adapter.
    Glad to see you back to blogging!

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    • Thanks Sammie. Go to a travel shop and you should be able to find an adaptor for your plug. I’ve got one which I used in Bali so I’m sure you’ll find one 🙂

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  10. When I was in Croatia I bought a jar of honey with layers of nuts and berries.. It was delicious on cereal in the morning, chunky bread, etc
    I was just thinking today I would love to make it myself.

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    • It is so easy to make! Layer the nuts then the fruit and the pour in the honey. Leave for a few days to infuse and enjoy!

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  11. I love all your goodies, and the bamboo spoon is just divine i got myself some when i was in India

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    • I just love my spoon! I hope you will blog about your trip Usha 🙂

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  12. All of my ice cream makers gave up the ghost last summer, I’ll need to get the KitchenAid one now! You can also use the scoop to dish out cookies, it is perfect for that.
    That book of Kitchen Adventures is something I would love to get for not only myself but as gifts too. I encourage writing in cookbooks.

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    • The kitchen aid churner is so worth the expense! And what a great idea for gifts. All you need is a plain book and some art foil to make them. Thanks for the visit 🙂

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  13. How special to have your mom-in-law’s book. Same vintage as me. 😀 That living lettuce is such a great idea. Haven’t seen them here; I must have a look. Patch and Molly are too gorgeous. Happy weekend to you, Tandy.

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  14. Those figs look so delicious!
    Joanne sharing the blog ♥ Recipe: Red Velvet and Cinnamon Layer CakeMy Profile

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    • I’m saving them for my winter oats 🙂

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  15. Very nice things in your kitchen, my favorite is the bamboo spoon, looks great!

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    • I’ve used it nearly every night since I got it 🙂

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  16. Love your ice cream scoop- I have one in a very small size for scooping cookie dough. Love the books, the lettuce( do you have to keep it in water?), the figs in honey- well- really- ALL of the stuff you shared is simply lovely, Tandy!
    Glad to see you back!

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    • The lettuce does not get kept in water. I’m still using it after 10 days. Thanks for visiting 🙂

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  17. I love all the pictures of what you have in your kitchen…
    Have a wonderful weekend Tandy!

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    • Thank you Juliana, and the same to you 🙂

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  18. Cookie scoop. That’s what I need!

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    • I’ve yet to use it for cookies though 🙂

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  19. That ice cream maker is to complete lives my friend 🙂

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • I could not have said it better!

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  20. Great new additions to your kitchen Tandy! I have that ice cream bowl and it’s great for making creamy ice creams 😀
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Make Your Own Mango Chutney!My Profile

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    • we are bordering on ice cream addiction at home 🙂

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  21. Hi Tandy, you sure have a lot of great things. I particularly like your two new books. I am sure you will treasure both.

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    • I will indeed Glenda 🙂

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  22. Garlic, figs, almonds,honey,Kitchen Aid – these are a few of my favourite things:)

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    • and I sang it ……

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  23. I like your spoon very much, I shall look out for them.
    Sous Chef sharing the blog ♥ homemadeheaven wrote a new post, Peppermint Crisp Ice-Cream, on the site Homemade HeavenMy Profile

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    • Hope you find one Sue 🙂

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  24. So many lovely things in your kitchen Tandy. What is the purpose of a garlic card? I haven’t seen one of those yet.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • to crush garlic without using a garlic crusher 🙂

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  25. Where ever did you get your lovely bamboo spoon from?

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    • It is so lovely that I am going to ask my mom to get me another one! Chefs ‘n Icers in Sandton City – it is a Maxwell and Williams brand so maybe Friedman and Cohen in Strand might have one *holds thumbs*

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  26. Isn’t that book from Yuppiechef a lovely thing?! Enjoy the ice cream while summer lasts 🙂

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    • I think I could do ice cream all year long 🙂

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