Monday, August 4, 2014

In My Kitchen - August 2014


I'm back In My Kitchen with a post that's short and sweet but could this be in the new Shane, Manu or Miguel???

Maybe more Gordon.......I did need the swear jar once!


More saucy than Fifty Shades of Grey!
 

33 comments:

  1. Jason, could this POSSIBLY be any more fabulous? :) The truffle sounds divine, as does the pasta you made, and that's a really nice looking loaf you ended up with! But getting to see you live in action - that's the best bit of all this month! :)

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    1. I'm sure we a bigger budget and some CGI there could be a higher level of fabulousness :)

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  2. Fabulous! Fanny recommended the truffle trick too, if I ever find any I simply MUST try it!

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    1. Fanny really knows her stuff, I've been lucky with them about the farmers market...maybe a day trip to Paris or Rome for you?

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  3. Too saucy for iPhone but now that I'm on the Mac -> hilarious. So now I know what to get you next birthday; a swear jar!
    Seriously the produce looks great and that PASTA.mmmmmmmm

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    1. Thanks Faye, I think YouTube has been a bit touch and go with IPhones lately

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  4. Haha, funny stuff. If I can ever find truffles I will try the egg trick, too. Thanks Jason.

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    1. Thanks Ardys, good luck on the truffle hunt, so worth it!

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  5. Can we have a twirl around the kitchen too next time? I wonder if you've started something. Celia will have a whole IMK channel on YouTube before we know it.

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    1. That sounds a great idea Anne, and I'll see what I can do about a twirl :)

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  6. What a wonderful, preachy, obnoxious, organic hipster you are! And a blooper reel no less - love it. Thanks for a great tour of the kitchen Jason. I look forward to many more. xx

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    1. Thanks Fiona, naturally there was more blooper reel that proper footage lol

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  7. Love your video presentation and the blooper reel was a treat. I just got some truffles so some lucky eggs are going to get the treatment. Thanks for the tour.

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    1. thanks for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed your eggs and truffle :)

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  8. Best IMK Post ever! Seems though I am the only human alive who hasn't eaten a truffle before. Don't even think we can get them here in South Africa.
    Have an awesome day.
    :-) Mandy xo

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    1. Thanks Mandy, but best ever is a big call lol
      I think we have just been lucky to have easier access to them now, I first tried them in Italy.
      I hope you get to try them, maybe be the first to grow them in South Africa, might take about 10 years to grow though.
      cheers
      Jason

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  9. what a fantastic post! That truffle pasta must have been amazing :)

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    1. Thanks Tandy, the pasta was a wonderful things, counting my blessings :)

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    1. Thanks Liz, everyone one seemed to like it so I might have to do more lol

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  11. Hi Jason, I didn't get to see much of your video, I am in the country and there is not much speed here. I did get to see the first bit though and it looked like fun.

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    1. Thanks Glenda, hopefully the whole country will get better internet one day! thanks for watching what you could :)

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  12. Hi Jason, Loved the video! Way to go the extra and include the blooper reel.
    The pasta looks great. Mandy is not alone, I've also never had a truffle. But working with fungi has kind of put me off them, haha. Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. Thanks Emily, working with fungi sounds interesting, on a farm or a lab?

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    2. Hi Jason, I actually work in a research lab but we do go collecting for samples on farms. It is very interesting work, never a dull moment, but after you've seen and dealt with some of the fungi I have, you'd never want to eat a mushroom again! :)

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  13. Must have missed your post when going through Celia's site earlier this month. Loved it- stick with the presentations for sure.
    So- a jingle? Sung to the tune of ... hmm, I'll get back to you.
    Don't boil the sauce,
    I'm not cooking horse
    Unless you force
    me to,

    No, I think I might have to sleep on this one and come up with a better entry. F

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  14. Hmm. Don't know where my last pending comment went but anyway, here's my jingle offering for your new and about to be famous,

    A horse is a horse of course of course,
    Unless you go and boil the sauce
    and end up feeling much remorse
    and have to eat a truffle.

    No? OK , I'll work on it.
    Great post Jason.

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  15. Another try at leaving a comment. I have left two Jason, including a jingle promo for you. whats happening- does wordpress talk to blogger?

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    1. Hi Francesca, I love your entries for the Jingle, very topical with the horse reference, keep up the good work, we'll call you (don't call us)
      There is more of an issue with this blogger than blogger re the comments, sometimes I'm not as quick as I'd like to be with hitting publish sorry.
      cheers
      Jason

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  16. Oh, what a good idea for the truffle with the eggs. Going to have to try that. Happy to be one of your little saucers ;)

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