February 2022 Showcasing In My Kitchen

Did you know that WordPress allows you to travel back in time? Last month I posted my IMK share on the 3rd of February 2022, but published it with the 2nd as the date. I did not even realize I had missed scheduling the post and could not understand why it wanted me to hit publish when I am used to using the schedule button! You live and learn as the saying goes.

Not so much on the savoury side in February 2022

I started off the month sharing a recipe for minted yoghurt dressing. And ended off the month with one for leek and potato soup. Both were part of a reviews of recipe books. I also made a bourbon and orange glazed gammon with a gammon gifted to me by SA Pork.

On the sweet side

First, a huge batch of tea panna cotta was made, together with a baked chocolate mousse. Hannah and I made passion fruit ice cream and we baked a roasted plum cake. I baked orange and cranberry shortbread which were divine!

New In My Kitchen in February 2022

In order to make my tea panna cotta I needed some tea. I chose this Sinterklaasje Day Time Blend from Simon Lévelt when we were in Rotterdam. This is a fruit tea made from dried fruits and does not contain caffeine.

This is my March submission to the #IMK series hosted by Sherry. Each month bloggers around the world gather to share what is new in their kitchens.

Inspiration published on Lavender and Lime March 2:

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12 thoughts on “February 2022 Showcasing In My Kitchen

  1. hi tandy
    yes Blogger has its own schedule too I find, and uses U.S. time even tho I have input my own timezone. Grrrr! Thanks for joining in IMK; I appreciate your support each and every month. Love your recipes – the fish cakes really appeal. take care as ‘sunny’ Brisbane dries out after the floods. cheers
    sherry

  2. I could go for any of the sweets right now! WordPress changed the way they format and edit and i was too confused. I know lots of other people adjusted but i moved my two blogs to Blogspot. The fruit tea is something I would like to try.

  3. I love the idea of pannacotta but I always think it’ll collapse into a puddle when I take them out so I’m scared of the disappointment 🙂 I had to google what a gammon was.. what a name!

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