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In My Kitchen October 2013 — 51 Comments

  1. I loved your pasta. I don’t have an extruder so I never make spaghetti, only linguini or flat varieties. I dry mine on my ceiling airer which causes comments from visitors who don’t realise what it is!

    Those goose eggs look SO rich! I’m quite jealous.

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    • I love the idea of using a ceiling airer to dry pasta! Thanks for the visit 🙂

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  2. I like the look of that disposable cake tray. I’ve never seen one before. I’ll have to look out for them. Thanks for showing us around!
    Fiona sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen… October 2013My Profile

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    • thank you for the visit 🙂 I hope you find some of the cake trays!
      Tandy sharing the blog ♥ Béarnaise Sauce RecipeMy Profile

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  3. I like the look of that dispoable cake tray. I’ve never seen one but I suppose it makes sense. It’s like a baking cup or muffin wrapper. I’ll have to keep my eye out. Thanks for showing us around!
    Fiona sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen… October 2013My Profile

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  4. Tandy, your homemade spaghetti looks wonderful! I can only imagine how rich and delicious it’ll be when you make it with goose eggs. Have fun in Italy!

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    • Thanks Kim!

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  5. that dough scraper is a must in a kitchen – its on my to buy list 🙂

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    • I used it for the first time yesterday – and I am so glad I got it 🙂

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  6. Your kitchen is always filled with goodies…that pasta looks great. Have a wonderful time on your trip.

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    • Thanks Karen 🙂

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  7. Had to google Amarula to learn that it’s a creamy pale brown liqueur. Your Amarula Cake sounds divine! And that disposable cake pan is a brilliant idea! Your home-made pasta is a marvel to me. And goose eggs! How grand! Thanks for sharing!
    Marianne sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen ~ October 2013My Profile

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    • Thanks for the visit Marianne 🙂

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  8. I have never tried a goose egg – is the flavour any different to a chicken egg?! I’m starting to get a bit inspired by all the sourdough bakers around, maybe it’s time that I have another crack at it (it didn’t end well last time… I was a bit neglectful of my starter!!).
    Jas@AbsolutelyJas sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – OctoberMy Profile

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    • The goose eggs are much richer than hens eggs! Good luck with your starter if you try again, it is so worth it 🙂

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  9. That pasta hanger is a riot! How fun!

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    • I could not make pasta without it!

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  10. I’ve made pasta with my hands and find it so time consuming — need a cool gadget!!
    Kiran @ KiranTarun.com sharing the blog ♥ Grilled Eggplant Couscous SaladMy Profile

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    • It is very time consuming by hand!

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  11. I bet those eggs are soo good! Have a great trip.

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    • The eggs are amazing and thank you Mary Frances, I am looking forward to our holiday 🙂

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  12. On holiday again–i am sure you looking forward to it.

    Love all of your October goodies

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    • I am really looking forward to it Usha 🙂

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  13. G’day and thank you Tandy for this month’s kitchen view!
    LOVE homemade pasta! And disposable baking tins save so much time too!
    Cheers! Joanne
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    • Thanks for the visit Joanne 🙂

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  14. I love these posts!

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    • Thanks Tammy, it is a fun way of sharing 🙂

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  15. I really want to buy one of those dough scrapers! How far south are you going in Italy? That’s where my family is from and I spent pretty much all of my summer holidays there with my family. Happy memories 🙂

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    • I used a dough scraper for the first time when I did the bread making course and they work a treat! We are going to Tropea and Sicily 🙂 Anywhere that you can recommend?

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  16. Lovely things in your kitchen. I do love goose eggs, they’re normally around here Easter time and coincide with asparagus – I love dipping the spears in one of those rich yolks (soft boiled). Pasta will be wonderful with them!

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    • Andrea, that sounds positively divine! I am sad now that I only have two left, but asparagus are not in season here yet 🙂

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  17. Those eggs are a treasure!
    And I like the stainless steel bowl- although I used clay bowls for making bread- there is supposed to be a bad reaction from steel to sourdough so I keep it for making cake and cookies!
    Thanks for sharing- always love your kitchen!

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    • Thanks for letting me know that Heidi, I will be sure to use it for my ‘normal’ baking only then 🙂

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  18. Hi Tandy. Your pasta looks great, so yellow. You must be using fab eggs. The dough cutter and scraper is a great tool. I have two in each kitchen.

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    • I love it when we get bright yolks as it does make the pasta have such a nice colour 🙂

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  19. Wow your home made spaghetti looks amazing Tandy! Love the idea of a disposable cake tin, less washing up is always a good thing! Thanks for the tour xx

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    • The cake tins are something I am always going to keep on hand 🙂

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  20. Congrats on making your own pasta! Do the goose eggs taste any different to chicken eggs? or rather hen laid eggs 🙂

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    • HI Sashi, the eggs are far richer than hens eggs and have the hugest yolk I have ever seen 🙂

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  21. I have duck eggs in my kitchen too! Our Muscovys just started laying and it’s so fun to go out to their pens and see eggs each morning. 🙂

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    • Lucky you to have your own ducks Krista 🙂

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  22. I am so impressed at your homemade spaghetti! Definitely a fabulous thing to have in your kitchen.

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    • I love making it as it is so rewarding 🙂

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  23. Your pasta looks amazing Tandy!! The disposable baking trays sound like a brilliant idea for gift giving, as you say, and duck eggs are just the most wonderful thing to cook with! South of Italy sounds wonderful! xx

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    • I think the baking tins are just the best 🙂

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  24. Oh how exciting making your own spaghetti! I’ve never done that and didn’t realise that you could do it at home! 😀 I always thought that it required a complicated extruder.
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Apple For The Teacher CupcakesMy Profile

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    • I have the complicated extruder Lorraine – worth every cent 🙂

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  25. Tandy you always have so many awesome goodies in your kitchen every month.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • I am so spoilt Mandy, and I love it xxx

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  26. Lovely October thingies. I’m really impressed by your spaghetti and that disposable baking tin is a real win!

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    • Thanks Cin, I am going to make more pasta shapes soon xxx

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