Wednesday, April 1, 2015

In My Kitchen - April 2015


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...


Spring Crocus

March was in like a lion, and out like a lion! April showers are definitely in the works and soon Spring Flowers! :)


The Kitchen Garden is planned, now just waiting for a few warmer days to begin working outside.

Lovely little Quail Eggs found at the Market. I decided this year to dye them instead of chicken eggs. It's a lot easier to eat 12 quail eggs in a few days than 12 chicken eggs. :)



I used some of the eggs to make Baked Scotch Eggs.



A cute little birdie creamer.



Our homemade beer is ready! Citrus Summer Wheat ~5% ABV
I plan on experimenting with the trub for bread.



Some fresh made Beer Mustard.



A lovely little tea scoop with springtime strawberry tea.



Homemade Queso Blanco, yum!



These very cool 3D cookie cutters I found on clearance!



A little Crocheted Easter gift for Mom's new 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?

23 comments:

  1. Your dyed quail eggs look amazing! And they look delicious as scotch eggs :) You make your own beer & cheese, which both look pretty good - I love both beer & cheese. Happy cooking & I'll see you next month for IMK x

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    1. Hi Nicole, Haven't seen you in awhile! Thanks for stopping by, I'm planning on putting up my beer & cheese making adventures soon. :)

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  2. Lovely Easter vibe in your kitchen. Those painted eggs are exquisite

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    1. Thanks Sally! They were so much fun to dye, and I loved how it made their natural speckles look. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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  3. Love your quail eggs and Scotch eggs have been on my list to do!
    Thank you for this month's kitchen view also!

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    1. Thanks Joanne, they were on my list too and I quite prefer them baked now! thanks for stopping by. :)

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  4. Oh, I love Scotch eggs. I must make some STAT!

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    1. Hi Jennifer! They are so tasty! Thanks for stopping by. :)

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    1. Thanks Cate! I just couldn't pass them up! :)

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  6. Your dyed quail eggs are gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks Dee! I was really happy with the way they came out, so vibrant. Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  7. Your eggs are so pretty and I love your beer mustard.
    Have a super day.
    :-) Mandy xo

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  8. Those dyed quail eggs are the cutest thing I've seen all week! They're super adorable! I'm impressed with all the planning that goes into your garden - we just go outside and throw seeds in most of the time! :) Very cute cookie cutters too! x

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    1. Hi Celia! Thanks for stopping by, yes a lot of planning goes into the garden because we use it almost exclusively during the summer months for our veggies! :)

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  9. Oh those dyed quail eggs look super cool! Love that idea!
    Kavey (fellow IMKer)

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  10. What a good idea to use quail eggs for coloring and Scotch eggs! The regular ones are so large. How long did you boil the quail eggs? It's always been something I wondered about.

    Love your little chick jug, very cute. I'm glad that spring has finally come to the East coast. You've had a difficult winter.

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    1. Thanks Liz! I boiled the quail eggs for about 2-3 minutes.
      We have had a hard winter, and are rejoicing for warmer weather and sunshine! :)

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  11. so many cute things in your kitchen. i love those quail eggs-so cute. and what about that creamer? fab cookie cutters too.

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  12. I don't know how I missed this post Emily, as you know _ I LOVE having a nosey around in your kitchen. I have never eaten quail eggs, but they do look so cute dyed and very effective. Your milk creamer jug is so adorable. Looking forward to seeing you use the 3d Spec cookie cutter.

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