Sunday, November 9, 2014

In My Kitchen - November 2014


It's time for another round of the very cool monthly happening called "In My Kitchen" run by Celia at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial.

So here we go....

This Month in my Kitchen...



October was a great month...in a word Halloween!


We had our final major harvest for the year almost 10 lbs of Sweet Potatoes! Not bad for 4 plants for $1! 


It's all about the pumpkins this post!



We carved a scene from "The Walking Dead" for our porch pumpkins...



Scooped out the insides and made Buckwheat Pumpkin Pancakes...



Dried the Seeds for Snacks




and Pumpkin Seed Brittle Yum!



This year as Halloween Treats, family and friends received:
Conjure Cookies



Ginger-dead-men Skeleton Cookies



And of course in keeping with the "Walking Dead" theme, Zombie Cookies.




This month also happens to be our 2nd Wedding Anniversary, time flies when you're having fun! 

While October was great, November is going to be an adventurous month. We will be in India  for 3 weeks for our Hindu Wedding! I'm hoping to post from Amma's kitchen! :)


Please make sure you stop in and take a glance at everyone else's kitchens!

So tell me...What's happening in your kitchen this month?

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  2. i love all your pumpkin things emily. that brittle looks wonderful. do you have a recipe? and the carving is so clever.

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    1. Thanks Sherry! The Brittle Recipe is posted, please let me know how you like it! :)

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  3. Have a super wedding! And those pumpkins WOW! I must try make the brittle :)

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    1. Thanks Tandy! Carving has become our Halloween tradition, and the brittle has joined the ranks, haha! Please let me know how you like the brittle. :)

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  5. I love the look of that brittle. Halloween did not feature in my kitchen this year, I was just so disorganised, but am loving all your cookies esp the Zombie ones. Happy Anniversary, wish you well for your Hindu Wedding Ceremony and look forward to reading more in the near future.

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    1. Thanks Shaheen! I posted the brittle recipe, let me know how it turns out! :)

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  6. Wow!!! That's brilliant, such beautifully carved pumpkins and decorated cookies! And your sweet potatoes definitely were a good investment, you're such good gardeners, Emily! :)

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    1. Thanks Celia, we had so much fun prepping for Halloween! We luckily had a green thumb this year, we've already started planning for next year. :)

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  7. We don't celebrate Halloween ourselves but I must admit that I enjoy seeing all the pumpkin recipes that pop up at this time of year!

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    1. Hi Sandy, thanks for stopping by! I know what you mean about the pumpkin recipes, once summer ends here all you see is pumpkin flavored everything haha! :)

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  8. Hi Emily, what a great IMK! I'm not one for Halloween but your cookies could convince me.
    I love the idea of the dried pumpkin seeds and your carvings are works of art!
    cheers
    Jason

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    1. Thanks Jason, Sorry I'm so late in replying.

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