This Spring, my to do list focuses more sorting, new beginnings and the garden with just a few new culinary adventures.
- Declutter the kitchen
- Build a compost
- Plant herbs
- Get a cast iron frypan
- Make pesto from scratch
- Live on $2.25NZ per day for 5 days for charity
- Make hollandaise sauce
- Bake something from scratch
- Make Pâté
- Make cheese
What do you hope to do this Spring?…or Autumn for my northern hemisphere friends.
Love it! I’ve been compiling mine too… Can you believe I have ‘make ricotta’!! What kind of cheese are you thinking? To rennet or not to rennet???
Inspirational as always, G.
Really looking forward to your Live Below The Line Challenge.
I love your list too. Thinking hard all weekend about my Live Below The Line Challenge. I’m planning 3 meals a day so I won’t starve, but I’m pretty sure I’ll feel pretty hungry.
Hi Genie, I’m going to source a soil-less planter do I can have fresh herbs all winter long. I’ll have to think about a bucket lust of culinary proportions! But first I’m looking forward to our trip to Europe in a couple of weeks.
I just did my first guest post on Five Euro Food, I hope you will pop by and check it out.
I look forward to reading about your trip. Though I’ll probably avoid reading about food from the 24th of September while I Live Below The Line. It’s the kind of torture I could do without!
I’m not that great with the seasons, assumably it is the same in Australia? I love your list! I made a yummy ricotta from goats milk. Nom!
Where on earth did you find goat’s milk?
I love your lists! Decluttering the kitchen is perpetually on mine . . . it seems to always get recluttered quickly though . . .
Thanks BaconBiscuit. Let me know if you do a list too. I’d love to see it. I know what you mean about perpetual kitchen clutter. This is the longest we’ve lived in a rental. I don’t usually stay longer than a year so we’ve got 5 years of accumulated kitchen crap and food to sort through.