country kitchen alchemy {edition four}…

hello & greetings from down under: where the weather is perfect one day & either mind-bogglingly hot or wet & rainy the next {& i thought british weather was bad}!

well this month’s edition of country kitchen alchemy couldn’t be any more apt for me as i’ve been eating its key ingredient in handsome quantities since my arrival home…

so i’m pretty chuffed to have some options beyond slapping it on a sarnie, alongside a salad or on top of a beefy burger…

without further ado, it’s over to lisa & her kitchen magic…

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so what do you think? would you be game to spice up some gravalax with a beetroot topper, or does the idea of a fresh & tasty dip tempt your tastebuds? just the thought of the latter served with fresh crusty bread & soft goats curd cheese is doing it for me!

lisa, you’ve outdone your good self!

be sure to join us in april for the fifth instalment of country kitchen alchemy &, in the meantime, if you’d like to try any of lisa’s recipes yourself please do feel free to print off the recipe cards which i have saved in a more printer-friendly format {ie, a white background} under the my features tab…

previous editions of country kitchen alchemy: onetwo, three

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

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4 thoughts on “country kitchen alchemy {edition four}…

  1. Hello girls and Sue, I don’t really want to hear about your weather complaints in Aussie… you have NO idea what it’s like here… more snow this week and relentless rain!!!!!!!! So shush…

    Hope you’re having a great time.

    Beetroot, yum yum yum, bought some at the market yesterday. I use it for juicing, I make dips and no, have not tried it on Gravalax but it sounds delicious… it’s so good for you and I love it!

    Lisa, thank you again for the inspiration.

    Btw, read an extract of Gwyneth Paltrow new cookbook. Finally, some celebrity is taking food intolerances and allergies into account. Can’t wait… looks fab!

    Goodbye from a pouring and very grey London.

    PS. Shame you didn’t come on the Design Tour, why not?

    Home mummy dearest is recovering. I’m off now. Ciao!!

    • yes, i guess i can’t complain as it’s not snowing & blowing a gale here… though my body shuts down in severe heat too! i read something about gp’s new book recently and must admit it did sound interesting… will check it out!

  2. Shamefully, and I say ‘shamefully’ because my Eastern European heritage practically demands that I love borscht and I don’t, I haven’t had much exposure to beets. Except at Passover, where the horseradish we use is also beetroot horseradish. I do love the fuchsia/maroon-y goodness of it, but its flavor isn’t really allowed to shine through. I might whip up some of that dip! Any excuse for good, crusty bread, right?
    Hope you’re having fun at home despite the weather!! xoxo

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