Most things were shuffled around, a few went into the storage cupboard of the pantry, while the mixing bowls came out of the cupboard and onto the shelves.
I think I have a problem of tiring of objects far too easily, and as a result need to change them around fairly frequently. Most of the time I swap things around, but sometimes a few months or even a year of banishing to the storage cupboard can make them feel fresh and new again.
As for weekend food, well, I picked up Donna Hay's magazine (one I don't usually buy) and cooked up the chicken and chorizo cassoulet. It was quite a hit. And not only did Saturday nights dinner, but Sunday lunch as well. Now I'm eying off a few of the other recipes in there, particularly those rice puddings.
I do hope you all had warm and cozy weekend.
Oh it's been warm all right... 99*F to be more accurate. I got up early and worked in the garden each day before the sun got too high in the sky. WHEW! It's H-O-T here. Our Summer has definitely arrived. I need to do the same thing - re-organize and clean out the kitchen cabinets.ReplyDelete
Hello Tania i've just discovered your blog over on Her Library Adventures.ReplyDelete
I know what you mean about re-organising your space...we are in the throws of sorting things out and everything seems to get tons worse before it gets better!
I love your mix of vintage, home baking, family and books...all things I love.
I'll now be keenly reading Ivy Nest.
Have a good Monday,
Love the retro canisters I can spy in the background of one of your pics (have a real thing for canisters!)...It was chilly here over the weekend - particularly Sunday night, so I brewed some chai, threw some blankets on the sofa and we settled in for a cosy night in front of The Kennedy's while the winds whistled outside.xReplyDelete
you got a lot of nice wares, the bottles are lovely. I find packing very therapeutic, and gives you some sense of achievement. It's nice to swap your wares, it makes your everyday routine a little more interesting.ReplyDelete
hi there, enjoying your blog.ReplyDelete
you've made me nostalgic for good Spanish chorizo!