I’ve been reading In My Kitchen on other peoples blogs for some time, but I’ve never taken part before in this fun, monthly mooch around kitchen’s worldwide.
Welcome to The Glam Kitchen. There are times when only manual will do, Thai curry pastes and perfect pesto, the pounding of the mortar really does do a much better job than a food processor.
Then there are times when the full gamut of my Kenwood Chef and all it’s lock-on gadgets are needed. I’ve always had an understanding with Mr Glam that household items don’t count as gifts. This was the only exception. I love it!
Although the counter tops are wood and the tiles and floors are stone, I do like stainless steel in the kitchen. This is our tea and coffee station, clean, clear and close to the bin.
I really don’t like wall cupboards despite the practicality of them. So, when we renovated we needed pictures to cover all that wall space. These chickens are perfect for the kitchen.
Bought from Homebarn last year, this vintage sign made me smile, it’s perfect for a house where we feed a constant stream of Glam Teens.
These fabulous olive oils were given to me by my dear friend for my birthday. There’s a temptation to keep them, but wonderful ingredients like these are made for consuming. And fast!
I’ve mentioned these fabulous decorative tins before. Williams Sonoma, in The States, can always be relied for decorative kitchen items, the rubs in these containers were really tasty and different.
Finally, my everyday ingredients, Light olive oil for frying and general cooking. Extra virgin for the tasty olive addition to a recipe and focaccia bread. And truffle oil for risotto, the ultimate comfort food.
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