Showcasing January 2018 In My Kitchen

January 2018

I absolutely loved the start to my year. January 2018 kicked off with a little bit of crayfishing. That was a good thing as we did a lot of entertaining. Work did not start off with a bang but we are still in business which is a blessing. By the time you read this post Dave and I will be half way through our holiday!

Beer Bread Tin

I bought this beer bread tin as I want to try out some of the recipes in Artisan Sourdough Made Simple. Of course I also made my own beer bread.

Beer Bread Tin
Beer Bread Tin

Fridge Monkey

I bought this bottle stacking mat before we bought a bar fridge. Our bar fridge does not really need this fridge monkey. Also, it is not the greatest addition to my kitchen. But I have it and will use it.

Fridge Monkey
Fridge Monkey
Glass Carafe

I bought this glass carafe to make turmeric milk in. I do not like the effort of making this at night when I feel like it. So I made 1l of the milk with some hot chocolate in it to help me sleep. This means all I have to do is pour out the infused milk into a mug and heat it quickly in the microwave.

Glass Carafe
Glass Carafe
Glass Salad Bowl With Lid

Two December’s ago I broke one of my glass salad bowls. I was not too concerned as I had two left. But then last December I broke another one. I found this on yuppiechef.com and got one as they are perfect for making salads in for when we go out for supper.

Glass Salad Bowl With Lid
Glass Salad Bowl With Lid
January 2018 #FOMO Box

Let’s see what was in the January 2018 #FOMO box that was useful. There was a gin and tonic which I enjoyed by the pool. A tin of coffee beans which Dave has made great espresso from. He will keep the tin for his coffee beans. I am using the mug for my turmeric milk! I mixed the granola in with the one I make and Dave scoffed the nougat. The honey will be used for sure and I will bake with the buttanut spread.

January 2018 #FOMO Box
January 2018 #FOMO Box

This post has been linked up with #IMK over on Sherry’s blog.

Inspiration published on Lavender and Lime February 7:

Dave and I are overseas in the United Kingdom. We will be back at work on the 13th of February. I will start replying to comments then. I won’t be able to read any blogs while we are away so please forgive my lack of visiting back. You can follow our trip by taking a look at our holiday blog.

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13 thoughts on “Showcasing January 2018 In My Kitchen

  1. all sorted tandy. your post is now included in the link-up. cheers S x
    sherry sharing the blog ♥ Freja’s Café – ReviewMy Profile

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    1. Thank you so much

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  2. hi tandy
    hope you had a nice break. did you want me to add this to the IMK post this month?
    cheers sherry

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    1. Hi Sherry, thanks so much! I would appreciate that. I did not add a link as I knew I would not be able to link it up in time. Will go and do so now 🙂

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  3. A G&T by the pool. Right up my alley! I love having a peek in your kitchen 🙂
    Jem @ Lost in Utensils sharing the blog ♥ happy late new year with an abundance of passion fruitMy Profile

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    1. So going to be doing that tonight 🙂

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  4. Love that beer bread tin, I still need to try your recipe!

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    1. Let me know when you do 🙂

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  5. A tasty and practical looking new collection Tandy. Ooh what it the buttanut spread?
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ My Mother’s Seafood Fried Rice for Chinese New YearMy Profile

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    1. Nut butter with cocoa. Going to make your recipe with it xx

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      1. Sounds delicious! 😀
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  6. Ohhh, I make beer bread every fall.. that tin looks super cute, I bet that would make a great gift!! – http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com
    Gingi Freeman sharing the blog ♥ Learn More About Manuka Honey, a Flu and Cold Fighting SuperfoodMy Profile

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    1. It would be a perfect gift.

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