Who remembers drinking from jelly glasses?
This caramel mousse from Costco comes in re-usable drinking glasses. I haven't seen such a thing in ages, but here it is in my kitchen, along with a variety of produce and a few other things that seemed special this month.
I'm sharing this post about my September kitchen with Australian blogger Sherry, who hosts a collection of links to blog posts from all over the world telling about our various kitchens:
Maybe the last plums and peaches...
Also from Argus: garlic, bacon, broccoli, and lettuce --
|I love the garlic from the local garlic farms.|
|Bacon that was raised and smoked at a farm near us, and frisée lettuce.|
Crisp bacon, frisée lettuce, and tomatoes make a great salad.
|Broccoli, egg, and pepper salad with not-so-local olives.|
|After a few days we ate all the produce, and went back for more. This time besides tomatoes (red), peaches, plums and|
peppers, we chose delicata squash, apples, and pears. But we know the summer isn't going to last forever.
|Pull-apart cinnamon rolls inspired by Bread Week on the 2019 Great|
British Baking Show where they did a variety of pull-apart breads.
Len made these because I love them!
|Another pull apart: dinner rolls with a combination of black & white sesame seeds.|
|Len also baked sourdough bread several times. Delicious (though not new).|
|I've finally settled on a pancake recipe using the sourdough discard. It can|
be made sweet or savory. Pancakes in the photo were stuffed with cheese.
I also made a batch with roasted corn and peppers.
On the Refrigerator...
|Following my usual habit, I came back from California with a few magnets and post cards.|
They will adorn the refrigerator for a few weeks, then I'll move on to some other decoration.
Best Meals in September...
|Our most ambitious meals this month did not come from our own kitchen.|
We ate them during our trip to California. In this photo:
local sand dabs, a flatfish from the waters of Half Moon Bay.
|Also delicious: fish tacos with guacamole, rice, and black beans.|
Beyond the dinner plate you can see the shells of Monterey oysters that we
ate as an appetizer. Wonderful!
AND the year 5780 starts today:
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