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In My Kitchen December 2015 — 31 Comments

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  2. I love that loaf pan Tandy. It has never even occurred to me to try baking the bread in a tin. I have pinned that picture so I can order up a storm in the New Year.

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    • Enjoy!

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  3. I find the concept of the beetroot pesto most interesting. And your bread looks delicious too. Happy December x

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    • Thanks Ania, you too!

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  4. Good to know about the Erythritol Granules. I’ll save my money… mouldy macarons sound scary – they are pretty much indestructible once baked. I spied some similar loaf pan in the market last week – I think I’ll spend my money on them instead.
    Jennifer @Milk and Honey sharing the blog ♥ Ginger and Orange StollenMy Profile

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    • I am so glad that you won’t be wasting your money on that ingredient!

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  5. The beetroot pesto sounds great. So many ways to make pesto, especially when you have access to a good market or grow your own produce. Love the bread pan, so many great products out there. The salad dressing bottle is also quite beautiful. Thanks for the peek in your kitchen.

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    • Thanks for the visit Gretchen 🙂

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  6. I know this sounds bonkers, but I wouldn’t mind a digital timer just for the heck of it!

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    • I totally get that!

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  7. What a wonderful idea to make the pesto using the beetroot stem and leaves – I’ll take that and run with it thanks Tandy!! Lots of wonderful things here, especially interested in the look of your bread tin, loaf looks fab! Jan x
    Jan (agluttonouswife) sharing the blog ♥ In my kitchen ~ December 2015My Profile

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    • The bread tin was the best buy this last month for sure! Enjoy the pesto 🙂

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  8. What an interesting kitchen you have at the moment Tandy!
    Thanks for sharing
    Julie
    Gourmet Getaways
    xx
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    • Thanks for the visit Julie 🙂

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  9. I like the beetroot pesto! What did you use to write in white on the jar?

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    • I have a white paint marker, used mostly by metal workers – it scrapes off with a window scraper so I can re-use the jars 🙂

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  10. Love that salad dressing bottle, Tandy. Thanks for the peek into your kitchen!

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    • Thanks for peeking in xx

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  11. I am so envious, many wonderful things! Curious about the beetroot pesto! I wish I was closer to get some of that starter.

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    • There are some American bloggers giving starter away – not sure if they will send you any – but take a look here: http://figjamandlimecordial.com/2015/12/01/in-my-kitchen-december-2015/

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  12. OHMEGAWSH – Tandy I adore beets – and that beetroot pesto has blown my mind! Would you post a recipe or should I hop on a boat or plane? 🙂

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    • I can do a recipe for sure! Or you could come and visit …..

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  13. Wow, all sorts of great ideas floating around your kitchen Tandy. You are busy! I really enjoy learning about new products and now want that loaf pan and some of that sugar free white chocolate. It’s amazing what one can order online these days, even if the product isn’t local.

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    • Where you are, I think you can get everything on-line! The pan is a worthwhile buy 🙂

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  14. I love your new bread pan and will have to look for one myself. A crispy crust is such a great thing. 🙂
    Krista sharing the blog ♥ Christmas Art and Community CarolsMy Profile

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    • I am very sure you can get one of these pans in Australia 🙂

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  15. So many lovely goodies in your kitchen Tandy, I especially like your new loaf pan and timer. I usually use my phone.
    Thanks so much for the mention, I look forward to hearing how you amend the recipe.
    Have a wonderful day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • I use my phone for my bread proving 🙂

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  16. Thanks for giving us a peek into your kitchen. The stock looks lovely. I had never heard of Erythritol Granules before but it sounds like it’s best I stay away!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Santa’s Favourite Chocolate Chip CookiesMy Profile

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    • Don’t even try them!

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