In My Kitchen November 2015

If you read my last post you will know that October flew by.  As always, thank you to Celia of Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for hosting the monthly IMK posts.  Don’t forget if you want to participate you must post and let Celia know before the 10th.

Since the last IMK post we have had Thanksgiving and Halloween which equals alot of food and eating = busy kitchen.  Here is a little peek into ours.

My friend went to Austria and brought back this original Sacher Torte from the Sacher Hotel in Vienna, look how beautifully it was packaged.

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She also brought me those Mozart chocolates and a chocolate and little cookie cutter set.  Those will come in handy for Christmas baking.

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Some local Kombucha, it was quite good…mmm blueberry and very gingery

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Some pumpkin pie after thanksgiving

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no bake peanut butter bars for snacks and breakfast

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also had a few thanksgiving caramel apples

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Made a big pan of flapjacks, from a fellow blogger, for school snacks.  All wrapped and ready for the lunchbox.

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The next IMK post will be December!! Should be a lot of Christmas preparations happening then.

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9 comments on “In My Kitchen November 2015

  1. What a wonderfully tasty kitchen!
    Have a happy day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

  2. Moya says:

    Lots of lovely treats in your kitchen… I bet that Sacher Torte was delicious and love the packaging too 🙂

  3. Kim Bultman says:

    Lori, your pumpkin pie and caramel apples were as pretty as the Sacher Torte. Homemade trumps ready-made in my book, but what a treat to receive “the original” from THE Hotel! Those Mozart chocolates got my attention, too — neat that his picture was on each one & the box. (I love Mozart almost as much as I love chocolate.) 🙂

  4. Gretchen says:

    What fabulous goodies from Austria, I lived in Austria ages ago for a year of college and loved it. Sacher Torte is one of my favorites. The other chocolates also look delicious, many familiar to me. Your pumpkin pie and caramel apples look delicious. Only two days until our Thanksgiving!

  5. Ginger says:

    Can you believe it, I’ve never tried an original Sacher Torte, despite making them quite regularly! Love your one-sided selection of souvenirs 😉

  6. oh wow how terrific. real sacher torte. we had a piece when we were in vienna from their bakery. so delish. and i love mozart chocolates. the best! some day when i am rich (ha ha!) i will order a sacher torte online. mm maybe they don’t send them this far:) pumpkin pie looks good too.

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