In every home, across the world, there are people of all ages, spending time in their kitchens, for various times and reasons. Every single visit to the kitchen, across the world, will be different, as the way we live our lives are simply not the same. All sorts of things impact how we run our kitchens, economics, personal ethics, health reasons and spiritual views. All these things, in turn, influence how and what we eat.
Some like a quick in and out, grabbing a quick cuppa and toast on the run and others, like me, love nothing more than spending time in the heart of their home. I like structure and make a menu every week, others like to make up their mind what they are making for dinner that night, on the way home from work. It is what ever works for you that influences how you run your kitchen.
This is what a typical day looks like in my kitchen.
|And cut up two beaut fruit and yoghurt bowls. Every days fruit bowl is a bit different depending on what fruit is in season|
Gone at work all day
|This particular afternoon, there was a ripe red paw paw ready to be cut up for our breakfast. The fruit scraps go into a bowl ready for blitzing for the worm farm|
|I also improved some not so wonderful strawberries with a spoonful of icing sugar, these strawberries were used up in our fruit salad bowls for breakfast the next day|
|I made a loaf of bread to go with dinner that night|
|And made some Sorrel soup for dinner, I then cleaned up the kitchen, so that there isn't anything to do except put the dishwasher on after we come home from next door|