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In My Kitchen – September 2011 — 22 Comments

  1. Would love to check out the Chez Panisse cookbook. It sounds like such an amazing restaurant, I wish I had of gone there when I went to San Francisco a few years ago.

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    • I am going to get stuck into it in December when I have time 🙂

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  2. Hahaha! I have some black volcanic salt that I haven’t had the nerve to use yet!
    So glad to hear I have some company as far as the smell and taste goes!
    Beautiful table- And I like those measuring jugs.

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    • thanks Heidi, I would not recommend the black salt, unless you have guests who have overstayed their welcome 🙂

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  5. Hi Tandy
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    Most of those ingredients are ones that i use regularly in my indian cooking i will go through them and let you know how & where to use them

    Regards
    usha

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    • Thanks Usha – I would be interested to see how to use them. I have made a curry with the ingredients and it was really good. Have a great weekend 🙂

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  6. Ooo, interesting ingredients–I’m excited to see how you use them! And I love your chalkboard message, haha. The best way to cook 🙂

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    • thanks! I am hoping to get the recipe posted soon 🙂

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  7. Tandy, some of them are really mysteries to me 🙂 Look forward to the recipes.
    Hope you are having a fantastic week 🙂

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    • thanks Juliana, this week has been great so far! Hope you have a super weekend 🙂

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  8. Tandy what a fabulous roundup of your kitchen this month – it was great taking the tour and your new dining room table is beautiful!
    Have a happy day.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • Thanks so much Mandy – hope you do one too 🙂

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      • My first one is scheduled for tomorrow – just couldn’t get it out for today. 🙂 xo

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        • awesome!

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  9. Tandy, it really is so nice to see what’s in your kitchen every month – thank you for taking the time to play along, and for the linky. I’m intrigued to hear more about the tukmuris and ajmo – I’ve never heard of either of those before and will refrain from googling so I can await your edification! 🙂

    Love you new table and Dave’s hanging rack, but I’m too spatially challenged to be able to use the angled measuring jugs!

    Cindy, re the sulphur salt, I once read somewhere that the pink salt, which also has sulphur in it, is very good in Indian cuisine? Mind you, it doesn’t smell like a dog’s fart.. 😉

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    • thank you so much Celia for this great idea! Cindy and I will do a post on the same day on the T&A – it will be quite interesting to see how differently we use the ingredients. The angles measuring jugs are so easy to use – it is the OXO brand and I have found them a pleasure. I used to use a lot of pink salt, and even blue salt but have changed over to a locally ‘farmed’ sustainable product which I should blog about. Happy day to you 🙂

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  10. What an extreme line up. You are a discerning shopper. And what a gorgeous new table.. my favourite place to shop is the old barn and my mother in laws attic!!

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    • we have a dining room table from my M-I-L which she got from her mother – we are saving the precious table from our frequent guests 🙂

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  11. The volcanic salt tastes like a volcano out of a dog’s … In page 25 of that Good Taste mag we got at the Festival it is described as “interesting eggy, sulphur salt”. Phatooee 🙁

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    • I did not want to say too much about it! *wonders which unsuspecting guest should taste it next*

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