Whoa now. Are you seriously trying to tell me that it's April already? If things in your part of the world are as crazy busy as mine, then you, too, will be wondering what happened to January, February and March. I'm already planning things for July - the middle of the year. I suppose it'll be Christmas before we know it!
The start of a new month means it's time for me to compile my regular In My Kitchen post, otherwise my lovely friend, fellow cook and blogger, Maureen (who is very kindly hosting the series, even though she has not been well), might be wondering what has happened to me. Please take a moment to pop in and say hello to Maureen, and give her a virtual hug from me.
Here's what's happening in my kitchen this month. In my kitchen are the most beautiful roses (above) from my sister, Judy. She has always been the green thumb in the family. I wish I could share their scent with you too.
Also in my kitchen:
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Foot note - Australia Cooks...
From Capricornia to Tasmania, the Kimberley to the Hunter, our food growers and artisans supply us with some of the best produce the world has to offer.
In Australia Cooks, the locals were given the opportunity to share their best-kept secrets, favourite ingredients and most-treasured recipes with the rest of the country.
Featuring the best recipes sent in by ABC Local Radio listeners (including moi), as well as stories and recipes from chefs who have built their businesses on championing home-grown produce and provedores, Australia Cooks is a celebration of those three crucial ingredients - passionate people, beautiful fresh food and stunning landscapes - that make our food culture so vibrant and unique.
What an honour it is to have had one of my original recipes included in this beautiful collection.
Australia Cooks, edited by Kelli Brett, $49.99, HarperCollins Publishers.
Tell me dear readers, what's happening in your kitchen this month? What good things are you cooking, growing and reading? Thank you for taking the time to pop in and leave me a comment. I do love hearing from you. xxo
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I use Australian standard measuring cups and spoons in my recipes. Viz: one tablespoon = 20mls; one cup = 250mls. For detailed conversions click here.