In My Kitchen October 2015

It is that time again already!  Time to meet up at Celia’s of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for the monthly IMK posts, they are always fun.  Don’t forget if you want to participate you must post and let Celia know before the 10th.

After traveling and school starting it has been a whirl wind since our last post.  We went apple picking and I have a huge bag of apples to use, but not much time for cooking lately.  I have a few posts to catch up on.

We got these delicious apple cider donuts, they were still warm from frying…..so good I can’t even tell you

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This wasn’t in the kitchen, but we have a little homework helper, he is so cute!

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Here are some of the other things in our kitchen since September’s post.

It was our anniversary so we had cake and flowers

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My neighbor introduced me to this Pommies cider, it is very good and has become my favourite.  The Waupoos wasn’t too bad either, my husband preferred that one.

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Some Sriracha popcorn, it was very hot, like fire.  Evie and I couldn’t eat it, but my husband ate the whole bag!IMG_5136

These corn on the cob from a can is something that I have only ever seen in Newfoundland and it is how we got corn when I was a kid.  I have to say it is disgusting, tasteless and starchy.  I got it for Evie to try and she took one bite and shivered, and quickly let me know she did not like it.

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Pineapple crush, Evie tried it for the first time and loved it

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some chocolate from the Newfoundland Chocolate Company

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Lemon creams from our trip to Newfoundland

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some more biscuits

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This weekend is Thanksgiving in Canada so it is a long weekend, WOOHOO!  Maybe I will catch up on some of the posts I have in draft.

12 comments on “In My Kitchen October 2015

  1. That sriracha popcorn would be a hit in this house!

  2. Linda says:

    Corn on the cob in a can! That does sound horrible! The fresh stuff is to die for! 🙂 Alas, we must wait until next summer for a new crop….

  3. What a tasty kitchen, apart from the corn in a an – never knew you you could get it.
    Have a wonderful weekend.
    🙂 Mandy xo

  4. Kim Bultman says:

    Lori, count me in on the sriracha popcorn & apple cider donuts. (Canned corn on the cob, not so much…) Your lil’ homework helper must be one smart bird by now! Happy Anniversary, too — your cake looks great and the flowers are lovely.

  5. SeattleDee says:

    Ooooooh! warm apple cider donuts sound temptingly delicious – I’ll take two, thank you.

  6. I can honestly say I’ve never even though of corn cobs in a can. We do have corn kernels in a can but they are sweet. We also have frozen cobs which I expect you have too. Of course I’m loving those apple cider doughnuts…

    I hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving – we went to a Canadian Thanksgiving many years ago and had a great time. Not a canned corn cob to be seen.

  7. Apple cider donuts! They look wonderful! And like Fiona, I’ve never seen corn cobs in a can! Although when I was young, soft cheeses like brie and camembert use to come in cans! 🙂

  8. corn in a can? wow how very …interesting:) what fun to visit newfoundland. a dream of mine. one day i will get there. it’s just a wee bit far from here.

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