In My Kitchen April 2016

I missed the IMK last month, I am not sure what happened it just kind of came and went and I didn’t get it done.  I have had no internet connection for days and I am going to post this one before it is too late. Hopefully I will finish and post before I lose the connection, forgive any typos!

Here is a little of what has been in our kitchen lately:

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Rosemary garlic sourdough

Easter cake and cupcakes

Hot Cross Buns

Empty Tomb Rolls

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Delicious Apricot Scones from Tara, these really were amazing!

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a little lemon tart with teeny tiny macarons, Evie picked each one off for herself!

Evie has been sewing and needle felting and made me this little donut and the cutest little needle felted sheep

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A science experiment, making a clock from and orange and lemon juice.

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We found our toddler banana bread recipe, from when Evie was in daycare, recipe to follow soon.

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Balsamic mushroom pasta, will share soon

 

And my fearless protector, who is always close by watching.

I hope you enjoyed your visit and I hope you come back soon.  If you’d like to write an In My Kitchen post, please do so by the 10th April and send your link to Maureen at The Orgasmic Chef. Thanks for hosting Maureen!

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6 comments on “In My Kitchen April 2016

  1. Its great fun seeing what everyone has to share each month. You have so many wonderful tasty bits in your kitchen.
    Have a happy weekend ahead.
    🙂 Mandy xo

  2. Fabulous bread! And love your little Westie 😍

  3. paintboxmum says:

    I love the Easter cake! 🙂 I wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Infinity Dreams Award:) No pressure! More info here – https://paintboxmum.wordpress.com/2016/04/08/my-second-infinity-dreams-award/ 🙂

  4. Mae says:

    Your kitchen looks as if it’s full of really good things to eat. A good way for a kitchen to look!

    best… mae at maefood.blogspot.com

  5. sherry says:

    what lovely things in your kitchen especially your gorgeous Westie. we had one also, who got to the ripe old age of 15. such clever dogs. love all your baked goods. that top one looks delish. your daughter’s felt creations are lovely. did the clock work?:)

  6. Gretchen says:

    What a cute Easter cake and cupcakes. Nothing like a food science experiment, our boys will want to do many of those once they are a little older.

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