In My Kitchen: August 2014

Thank you Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for allowing me to participate In My Kitchen August 2014. This month, in my kitchen are …


Spiral Foods has an exciting range of Mediterranean inspired dip and toss oils, made from 100% extra virgin olive oil. They come in three flavours: sundried tomato and basil, rosemary and roasted garlic, and basil and Parmesan. I wrote a review about them.


I’m also trialing Spiral Foods sugo range, which comes in garlic and basil, primavera, and arrabbiata. They are very versatile and we’ve used it in casseroles, baked chicken and curries. Of course, it is packed full of flavour and only made from natural ingredients.


I bought this Spiral Foods rice syrup to try in a few recipes that I had kept. It is very mild tasting, so you could use it instead of honey or golden syrup in a recipe.


I’ve loving this organic, grass-fed butter which we get as part of our organics delivery (Farm Fresh Organics) every couple of weeks. It’s from Organic Times.


Matt likes this organic sauerkraut from Eden Foods. It is fermented using traditional methods and only using cabbage and sea salt. We tried making our own, but it didn’t work out, so this is the next best thing.

Thank you Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for organsing In My Kitchen August 2014. Thank you Spiral Foods for providing samples.

10 thoughts on “In My Kitchen: August 2014”

  1. Emma, how wonderful to have that organic butter, I bet it tastes amazing! And the rosemary and roasted garlic oil sound superb as well!

  2. Those infused olive oils! That sugo! Immediately I want something italian but the possibilities are endless!

    Your IMK post makes me positively hungry 🙂

  3. Its so much fun seeing what others have in their kitchen which I would not ordinarily see. Just a pity I can’t taste them all.
    Have a great day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

  4. Thank you for sharing IMK with us. Having a look right now at the Spiral Foods Sugo sauce now – they sound pretty delicious. Is it only online they sell or can you buy them at stores? Would love to try them out. Nice meeting you

  5. I love Organic food, but have not see the unsalted organic butter in the shops. You can buy the salted version at Woolworths, but not unsalted? Ah well i will just have to start making my own 🙂 Thanks for sharing! Liz x

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