In My Kitchen: October 2014

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


Australian Wild was a great discovery. It’s a brand of native foods that came about as a result of the owners involvement in social activism in protecting the Australian bush and its biodiversity. We’ve been using the native spice (a blend of native bush tomato and mountain pepper berry) over lamb and fish. I’m planning on using the wattle seed in some biscuits.


I’m over ciders, and now trialing all the ginger beers on the market. This one called Brookvale Union by 4 Pines Brewing is a favourite so far.


When we lived in the UK I got in the habit of drinking Yorkshire Tea every day. It’s great to see it’s now half the price it used to be and in stock in major supermarkets.

Thank you Celia from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial for organsing In My Kitchen October 2014. Thank you Australian Wild for providing samples.

8 thoughts on “In My Kitchen: October 2014”

  1. Australian Wild spices sound amazing. 🙂 I’ve started growing many Australian natives in my garden, but hope to expand to spices in the near future. 🙂

  2. Oh I LOVE the label on that ginger beer, Emma! Good to know about a new bush food company, I’ll look out for the Australian Wild brand, thank you! 🙂

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