Every year, it seems, the festive season arrives faster than ever before. And this year is no different. Indeed, I can barely believe that it's just over three weeks until Christmas Day. Eeeks. Are you ready?! I'm not sure that I am, quite yet.
I am starting to hunt and gather for the special day, albeit slowly. And my kitchen bench top is getting a little crowded, so I thought it time to showcase a few of the goodies as part of my IMK December round up.
Although I have parsley growing out in the kitchen garden, I also like keeping a little pot of it inside, together with some basil and coriander. Let's see what other goodies I have in my December kitchen:
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Thank you so much to the band of bloggers who joined up for the November IMK. It was lovely to pop in to your 'place' and see all the good things going in in your kitchen. ツ (Apologies if I have not yet responded to comments left on that last IMK post, things have been kind of crazy since my book launch).
If you are a food blogger and would like to share the good things in your kitchen with my readership, I would love to hear from you - no matter where you live in the world. Simply publish an IMK post on your own food blog BEFORE the 10th of the month and leave me a comment below (include your name and the link). I will add you to the sidebar list of blogger friends participating this month.
All I ask is that you please give me a shout out on your post and kindly link back to my blog, Good Things. Thank you.
Please note, there will be no IMK in January due to the holidays, but we will return with IMK in 2017 from 1 February. See you then! Wishing you all a peaceful and joyful festive season.
It's your turn now, dear Good Things readers. Tell me, what's happening in your December kitchen? Are you ready for the holidays? How do you spend the festive season? Do please take a moment to leave me a comment, even if you are not a food blogger. I genuinely appreciate hearing from you.
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NB: I use Australian standard measuring cups and spoons in my recipes.