Welcome to another tour of my kitchen. It is cold outside and there has never been a better time to be cooking!
A special birthday celebration seemed like the perfect time to test these quince and rosewater tarts. Not only did they look quite pretty but they were a delicious way to end our meal. Who can resist a tiny tart?
As many of you know, farm work can be monotonous at times. Particularly on a dark morning when the earth is covered in frost. One way of breaking the monotony and lifting spirits is with a warm smoko. Although they are basic, bacon and egg sandwiches are always a popular choice.
Homemade sausage rolls come in at a close second in the smoko department.
When fellow blogger and baker City Hippy Farm Girl recently posted a recipe for beer, cheese and onion bread it immediately appealed to me. I used feta cheese and a bottle of stout in my version. The rolls were dense and chewy with the little pieces of onion providing a hint of sweetness.
Golden beetroot pulled straight from the earth, heading for my kitchen.
Are you growing or baking or harvesting at the moment?
Do you still stop for smoko at your place?
Please join in the fun and visit Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial. So many people are generously sharing their kitchens with us!