I am back with loads of new yummy products and my current favourites. You probably think that you have seen it all, but you might be surprised what I’ve discovered lately and what’s new on the foodie scene 🙂
Let’s get started!The Nut Kitchen and their incredible gift box with pistachio, hazelnut and almond paste. These are literally to die for. Made from the finest Italian nuts, these award-winning nut pastes provide the perfect ingredients for your own bake-off moment. These ready-to-use nut pastes are ideal for time-pressed home bakers and chefs, saving them precious time grinding and processing nuts during the cooking process. I think these would make someone very happy! They have loads of other treats and gift ideas including spreads and pastes, so check them out in here. Next up is Robert Welch knives. Hand on heart by far the best knives I have ever got my hands on. Sharp, beautiful design and an amazing quality. I have used them in my creamy butternut squash pasta recipe as well as my lentil and sweet curry, so they have been tested and tried few times already.
I have always been scared of pressure cookers, but couldn’t resist when I got recommended the vitaquick from Fissler! Wow, what a machine. Mark tasted it straight away and it cooked beef goulash in 20 minutes. It makes no scary noises, just puffs and huffs gently every now and again. You can check it out in here.Aldi has been on it again! Loads of new smoothie packs as well as cauli rice! I do like it spicy, so when I met Spice Kitchen at the Bread and Jam Festival I knew I was in for a proper spicy treat. Spice Kitchen is a family run company by a mother and son team Shashi & Sanjay, who make the spices themselves. What started as a retirement project for Shashi (aka Mamma Spice) has now turned into an artisan producer of spices, spice blends and teas, all made fresh and by hand in small batches. They have over 60 items with no additives, preservatives or colourings. You have to check them out in here. How beautiful is this set of spices wrapped up in handmade Silk Sari wrap?Oh my gosh, have you seen the Tesco nut butters? No sugars, no palm oil, just loads of flavour and loads of crunch… CASHEW CRUNCH BUTTER!!! and really good prices too. Make sure you grab the 3 nut jar too, it’s pure nut butter heaven! Last but not least coconut bowls. These are so beautiful, made from real coconuts, 100% reusable and very easy to clean. I absolutely love their story and philosophy. They have two workshops, one in Indonesia and one in Vietnam. Each coconut is cut, cleaned and finished by craftsmen from the local community. Each bowl is unique and has so much personality with its own shape, size, markings and imperfections. You can get your own bowl in here.
What have you been loving lately? Please share with me.