country kitchen alchemy {edition two}…

we’re back today with the long-awaited second instalment of country kitchen alchemy with my friend lisa robertson…

firstly, thank you all for such positive feedback on the first of the series {see it here}

such lovely comments make all our efforts feel worthwhile!

this month lisa has been exploring the tantalising delights of pomegranate amidst a backdrop of searing heat in southern australia…

back here in blighty things have been decidedly chillier…

fittingly, as always, lisa has taken one ingredient & served it two ways to cater to both hemispheres {& hopefully everywhere in between}

& this month, in tribute to her own birthday celebrations, lisa has also thrown in a bonus cocktail recipe for us all to enjoy: detox be darned & bottoms up!

please do click on each image to enlarge & be sure to enjoy!

a nomadic abode & country kitchen alchemy_intro_edition two_onscreen

a nomadic abode & country kitchen alchemy_ingredient_edition two_onscreen

a nomadic abode & country kitchen alchemy_recipe one_edition two_onscreen

a nomadic abode & country kitchen alchemy_recipe two_edition two_onscreen

a nomadic abode & country kitchen alchemy_recipe three_edition two_onscreen

we’d love to know your thoughts on this month’s offerings so please don’t be shy & leave us a comment below…

in the meantime, if you’d like to try these recipes yourself please do feel free to print off the recipe cards above which i have also saved in a more printer-friendly format {ie, a white background} under the my features tab, alongside last month’s offerings…

happy birthday lisa!

previous editions of country kitchen alchemy: one

{this is not a sponsored post, just two friends sharing the love!}

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2 thoughts on “country kitchen alchemy {edition two}…

  1. Welcome back Lisa. You’re having a warmer time than us, with snow forecasted over this weekend. Brrrr…

    I LOVE Pomegranates… I’ve had them in many middle eastern recipes but still love eating it on its own.

    The lamb recipe looks delicious.

    Honestly, I’ve never yet managed to not stain my clothing when peeling a pomegranate…. shocking!

    Happy Birthday Lisa!

    • ha! i have to say, i don’t think i’ve ever actually peeled a pomegranate in my life! i really love pomegranate in a salad, so i’ll definitely be trying out the cous cous… oh, & the lamb… & probably the cocktail too because it’d be rude not to!

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