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Thursday, April 24, 2014

This Week in my Kitchen..











Each day I find myself snapping a picture or two in the kitchen - a pile of ingredients, a table waiting for us to gather around, a sink full of soapy dishes, a cup of tea, dinner as it comes out of the oven - simple, everyday moments in the kitchen. These photos serve as a reminder of days gone by and as encouragement to carry on in this busy kitchen of ours when inspiration is lacking.

These are words from Heather over at

Another This Week in my Kitchen BLOG HOP..

Hope you enjoy.. 
If you have any questions I will try and answer them in the comment section.. 

Looking forward to hearing from you all and please let me know if you are enjoying this blog hop each Thursday...

God bless.. 

21 comments:

  1. Your pictures always inspire me, Faye!

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  2. I'm enjoying these posts Faye. Can you please tell me what the dish is in the second photo? It looks very yummy. :) Are you getting snow there this evening? We are. ;(

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    1. Hi Pam Yes, it is snowing but lightly.. That is Spaghetti with Basil Tomato Sauce and Chicken Parmesan.. We don't have it often but love it when we do.. smile..
      Thanks for dropping by.. xo

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  3. Loving these posts Faye all looks so YUMMY ! Your kitchen must smell divine ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  4. Your fruits, the sprouts, the ham, the potatoes... all looks delicious! Oh that sandwich... Thank you for sharing your kitchen and your making!

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  5. I love all your photos.
    The sprouts are wonderful.
    Please tell me more about the sandwich...how did you make it? Looks so good!
    I like your kitchen days. :-)

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    1. Good Morning Carla.. So glad you visited here today.. Here is the link for a previous post that I did about sprouts and how to make the sandwich..

      theblessedhearth.blogspot.com/2011/07/growing-your-own-sprouts.html‎

      Just copy and paste it into Google ,,
      The sandwich is homemade style bread, mayo with a bit of minced garlic and the alfalfa sprouts. Delicious... xo

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  6. Your food photos are great, just like from a magazine.

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  7. You have such a yummy and inviting looking kitchen :)

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  8. you have so many yummy things in your kitchen right now... love the pasta and chicken dish

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  9. I'm coming over and when you are cooking...I am going to sit there like a little mouse and not say a peep......just watch!!!!! These photos of the ham and scalloped potatoes and carrots look so real. Is it your new camera? No, it is just your wonderful cooking! We really do eat our dinners very much like you with healthy foods. But it would be a good excuse to come see you!!!!!!!! Love ya!

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  10. I know that I shouldn't have favourites Faye, but there is something special about your kitchen. It always seems welcoming and homely. Your food looks wholesome and really tasty. I love the look of those shoots...So fresh. I've haven't used shoots before, except bean-shoots in stir-fry...I must have a go again sometime, and experiment with other varieties. That potato peeler is cute...I've never seen one like that before. Thanks for sharing.
    Happy cooking.
    debx

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  11. I agree, the photos of your food inspire me as well.

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  12. Your dishes are just toooo pretty to eat :) You are a food artist for sure!

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  13. Those pictures make me almost *taste* springtime. Wonderful

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  14. Love love love the post, the photos! xo

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  15. I'm so enjoying your "this week in my kitchen" posts. Great, mouth-watering photos! You make me hungry every time I visit. :o)

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  16. YUM!!! Looks delicious Faye!!!!

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  17. lovely post.....love the photos. you makes me very hungry!!!

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  18. I have ham and potatoes.....now what to make with them???? Yours looks very interesting! Maybe I should just bring my ingredients for you to cook :^)
    It all looks yummy!!
    Blessings to you,
    J

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