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In My Kitchen June 2013 — 36 Comments

  1. Hi Tandy- I worry about deer, rabbits and groundhogs when mygarden is planted- a tortoise never even entered my mind. But then I live in the midwest USA- so nothing too exotic here.
    Love the Perry- and the olives and honey- you have some very good things in your kitchen (the oven glove is so smart)

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    • I have yet to test drive the oven glove! I have never ever seen a groundhog but I know a rabbit can destruct a garden in one day 🙂

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  2. hope you enjoyed your italian trip – is that a pet tortoise you have – sounds like a rascal – love the little gifts and the dogs with their toys (my little girl is recently quite taken with an elephant so I laughed when I saw the dog had one)

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    • That is my pet tortoise! The elephant needs sewing up again as Misty has torn the casing with all her nibbling on it 🙂

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  3. Good luck with your garden, it can be so discouraging when the wildlife treat it like a buffet. Misty is just adorable, she looks like she’s really into that monkey. And the sparkling pear juice is our kid’s favorite and we know a lot of folks who have used it for wedding receptions too — I think you’ll like it.
    Thanks for stopping by Savoring Today to say hello, it is so nice to meet other bloggers through IMK. 🙂
    Judy @Savoring Today sharing the blog ♥ Hearth & Soul Hop at Savoring TodayMy Profile

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    • HI Judy, I think my sparkling pear juice is of the alcoholic variety but I will have to check. I am replanning my bottom garden so that our tortoise does not eat our vegetables 🙂

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  4. Tandy, can’t wait to see what you do with the agar – not my favourite thing, as I find it sets jellies too hard for my liking. It’s very commonly used in Asian desserts. Misty is SO cute, and a glove with a colour warning dot is a brilliant idea! Hope you’ve had a good trip! 🙂 x

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    • Thanks Celia, we had an amazing time! I have a few ideas for the agar agar so I hope they work out well 🙂

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  6. Perry is delicious indeed, I’m sure you’ll love it 🙂
    InTolerant Chef sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen- JuneMy Profile

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    • I will report back! Thanks 🙂

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  7. the pear stuff sounds most interesting. I will look out for it

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    • I am hoping it will warm up soon so I can open it!

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  8. Misty is so cute. And I need to check what agar-agar is.
    Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today sharing the blog ♥ Monkey breadMy Profile

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    • Thank you Marta! Agar agar is a seaweed product that can be used instead of gelatine 🙂

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  9. Agar Agar is a great i use it in a number of my recipes in place of gelatine

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    • I am so excited to try it!

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  10. You have lots of fun & tasty goodies in your kitchen: except the doggie 🙂 That perry calls my name,….

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    • I shall have a drink for you when we open the bottle!

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  11. I must go find myself a chocolate now.

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  12. I need to hit my kitchen to find a chocolate after seeing that!

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    • I hope you found some!

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  13. Honey and olives from Waterkloof…. how lovely.

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    • The olives are amazing! I’ve yet to try the honey 🙂

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  14. Ive never heard of agar-agar! Sounds interesting, I’d love to know what you’re planning to do with it later 🙂

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    • It is a seaweed based product that works like gelatine but can set at cold temperatures – and you’ll know as soon as I use it!

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  15. My wife keeps mentioning coconut water to me. I shall have to find some after reading this, but God knows where in this neck of the woods:)

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    • Do you have a good Asian store near you? I would offer to post some but our postal service is up the …

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  16. Hope you are having a wonderful time!

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    • We are, thanks Karen 🙂

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  17. Have a wonderful time in Italy. Misty is adorable. I can’t wait to read your recipe inspirations upon your return. Take Care, BAM

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    • Misty is cute! I really miss my dogs when we are away – but we are having a fantabulous time 🙂

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  18. Your pear juice sounds interesting…. and I smiled when I read you have a tortoise! The little Jack Russell looks just like my Schnitzel, who was only four when he died ; (
    Lizzy (Good Things) sharing the blog ♥ food to glow with Kellie AndersonMy Profile

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    • Oh, that’s so sad! I will pop in to visit your blog to see what’s been happening when we get back 🙂

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  19. Agar-agar is great, Tandy, I use it in my panna cotta.
    Barbara sharing the blog ♥ The Third TimeMy Profile

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    • I cannot wait to try it when we get back!

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