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Showcasing December 2016 – In My Kitchen — 18 Comments

  1. So many good things. I’ve been wanting to try coconut sugar so glad you liked it! Looks like you have a lot of great things to try! Happy New Year!
    Abbe@This is How I Cook sharing the blog ♥ Hoppin’ John Black Eyed PeasMy Profile

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    • It is going to get a few more recipes soon!

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  2. Love checking out other people’s kitchens – I have had a big ol’ throw out/give away of some of the beautifully photographed cookbooks whose recipes just don’t make the grade to, only the real deal stays in my kitchen these days (well, that would be true if indeed I did have a kitchen at the moment…. but that’s another story!!) Aahhh yes to the Coconut Sugar, I’ve found quite a few things to use it or substitute using it too.

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    • I am going to cull my recipe books soon!

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  3. Oh man, you have amazing taste! – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

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    • Thank you *blush*

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  4. You’ve reminded me that I really need to make that honeycomb toffee! A lovely haul in your kitchen Tandy! I hope you’re enjoying your break 😀
    Lorraine @Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Food Of The Gods: All About CulatelloMy Profile

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    • I have had a super break 🙂

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  5. Great things in your kitchen this month, the plates are gorgeous, fantastic job!!!
    cheri sharing the blog ♥ Hot Smoked Salmon BagelsMy Profile

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    • Thanks Cheri 🙂

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  6. me ha encantado este post, nos enseñas productos muy interesanes, y el plato es precioso
    Sibaritismos de Inma sharing the blog ♥ PECHUGA DE PAVO RELLENA Y CREMA DE BOLETUS CON KUKITMy Profile

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    • Thank you 🙂

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  7. I LOVE the items you made at Fanglassic. Gorgeous!! What good taste you have. Having a ring holder is such a good idea, especially when working with dough, flour et cetera. The flour gets stuck in the crevices of my rings and ick. Enjoy your leave!!! See you January 9th =)

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    • I just cannot cook with my rings on!

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  8. Ooh that box looks so fun!! I’m also super impressed by your ability to get ahead with your blog- that’s my dream! Hope you’re having a good break 🙂
    Sues sharing the blog ♥ Cooking from Morimoto’s Mastering the Art of Japanese Home Cooking: Poke-Style Tuna Rice BowlsMy Profile

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    • I am having such a good break that I am no longer ahead with blog posts 🙂

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  9. Lol – I’m glad your so fearless in your review of that book and it’s not taking up room. Your very lucky to receive those oils as they’re worth a small fortune but even luckier with that prune jam or paste. I love it!
    Fiona Ryan sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen… January 2017My Profile

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    • The oils were a great gift!

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