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In My Kitchen November 2015 — 46 Comments

  1. venison salami sounds very interesting. my hubby would like that being a huge salami fan. how fab growing your own sweet potatoes.
    sherry from sherrys pickings sharing the blog ♥ Chicken Wraps With Chipotle Mayo And SalsaMy Profile

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    • Thanks for the visit and the comment Sherry 🙂

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  2. Tandy, I love the rosy hue on your sweet potatoes. (Here they’re sort of a dull orange.) I can just imagine how tasty your crisps turned out — had to peek at that post in between (GREAT seasoning combo) and your soup is now bookmarked, too (ditto on the seasonings!) Everything just “goes together” — scones with thick cream and marmalade (yours or the Dundee version), an incredible glass of Sauvignon Blanc, sweet potato crisps or soup, the pure flavor of venison salami, and toffee for dessert… sigh. I could eat and sip my way though all of it! (Probably not in one sitting, ha!) Thanks for this “Perfect Party” of a post! 🙂 xo

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    • Thanks for such a lovely comment Kim 🙂

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  3. Hi Tandy, Toffee looks delicious and I’d love to try the venison salami. But Im really intrigued by the Ethnobotany book, sounds very interesting. Thanks for sharing! 🙂
    Emily (Cooking for Kishore) sharing the blog ♥ Spiced Peanut Brittle w/ Cocoa NibsMy Profile

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    • I will share more about the book when I get it back 🙂

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      • Awesome! I’m looking forward to it. 🙂
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        • Thanks Emily 🙂

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  4. The scones look lovely. The toffe sounds delicious as does the marmalade. We tried sweet potatoes one year in the garden with no success. Maybe it’s time to try it again.

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    • I left mine for two years in the ground Gretchen 🙂

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  5. I’ve never tried growing sweet potatoes although they are a favorite. Do they take up much space in the garden or require a lot of water? Scones look delicious.

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    • They took up a lot of space as I did not even know they were growing. But, if you have a contained space that would work best. They were not watered that often either. Thanks for the visit 🙂

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  6. Wow, I love the idea of that salami – I’ll bet it tastes great.

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    • It did Amanda 🙂

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  7. Ooooohhh, that salami looks incredible! Lovely things in your kitchen Tandy

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    • Thank you Ania 🙂

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  8. The Perfect Parties book has a wonderful cover and that salami looks delicious as do your scones – a good month by all accounts:-)
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    • It was a great month!

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  9. The ethnobotany book sounds like something I would love. 🙂
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    • I am sure you would love it! I will start sharing when I get it back 🙂

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  10. What lovely scones 🙂
    Cathleen @ A Taste Of Madness sharing the blog ♥ Gooey Cinnamon SquaresMy Profile

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    • Thanks Cathleen 🙂

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  11. Hi Tandy, what wonderful things you have in your kitchen this month.
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Apple NapoleonsMy Profile

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    • Thank you Cheri 🙂

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  12. Lovely scones and that toffee sounds soooooo good!

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    • Dave said it was!

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  13. Everything looks awesome, Tandy. But Celia’s Buttermilk Scones and Dundee Marmalade sound incredible! 🙂

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    • I am sure you would love the marmalade 🙂

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  14. Looks like you’ve got some tasty stuff in your kitchen and some great books to keep you busy.

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    • The books are keeping me very busy!

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  15. Oh Tandy – I wish I was in your kitchen! That marmalade sounds delicious and I need a copy of The Perfect Parties book!

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    • The book might be available internationally?

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  16. Loving everything and reallyyy want that salami! 🙂

    Sues

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    • The salami was amazing!

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  17. Those buttermilk scones look absolutely divine! SO suited for various occasions. And what a lovely good bag! The toffee has won my heart ~ would love to sample. How delectable. Goody bags are so fun, I guess it’s time to raid my kiddos Halloween candy bag to sooth myself, Ha.

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    • Ha ha, won’t they notice if you raid their sweets Laura?

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  18. Wow Tandy you always have such interesting items in your kitchen. Jam with whiskey it it…that is on my must try list. Venison salami would be inhaled by my boys… However, the item that made me chuckle was your little pudgy sweet potato. Take Care

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    • the sweet potatoes had interesting shapes Bobbi 🙂

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  19. What a nice look into your kitchen Tandy! I love the mini scone for tasting too! 😉
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Queenie: The Luscious Four Layer Chocolate Ganache Drip Cake That Anyone Can Do!My Profile

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    • The mini one is the most important one of all 😉

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  20. A very bountiful kitchen indeed Tandy. I know you’re testing the recipes but the cover of that Perect Parties book looks wonderful.

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    • The cover is amazing!

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  21. There are always so many lovely things in your kitchen Tandy.\
    Have a fabulous day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • I am very blessed Mandy 🙂

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  22. How wonderful to be growing your own sweet potatoes Tandy!! Mmm I’m a sucker for a good scone, might have to give Celias a try!
    Jan x
    Jan (A gluttonous wife) sharing the blog ♥ In my kitchen ~ November 2015My Profile

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    • I have more growing Jan but hopefully they won’t take over like last time 🙂

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