Saturday, November 12, 2011

things I'm liking

legrandeepicerie91911 (2) If you take a look near the left corner of the photo there is a box of sugars.

Belle de Sucre, has an assortment of sugars called Meli-Melo.

belledesucre (2) I opened this box of sugars and was surprised, it was only held closed by a piece of plastic around the box.

On the inside, the sugar wasn't in a package or anything. Lots of trust in that one piece of plastic...

These are cute and colorful.

byronbay (2) Byron Bay's muesli cookie..."crammed with oats, currants, cranberries, apricots, almonds, sunflower seeds & linseeds."

Soft and moist, this cookie is definitely crammed with "stuff"...delicious.

rakkasei I found a bag of peanuts at the market recently.

In Japanese they are called rakkasei. I was hoping they were raw so that I could make a batch of boiled peanuts, but found out they had already been roasted.

At 200 yen for 300 grams, I thought these were a steal.

What are you enjoying?


Lizzy said...

Love your features today...that sugar would be wonderful for a coffee or tea party...and I think oatmeal is my favorite cookie, especially when it's fill of delicious add ins. Have a fabulous weekend!

K and S said...

mmm oatmeal cookies love them with chocolate in them Lizzy :) have a great weekend too!

Take care.

K said...

I love cookies with lots of "stuff" also! Have you seen the recipe for Momofuku (in NYC)'s Compost Cookie? I think you'd like it.

Rowena... said...

The stuff I'm liking aren't anywhere near as cute as your stuff but it is kinda cool: black carrots. Actually I think they're more recognized as purple carrots but they were labled as black ones so I just HAD to buy some. They are sweet if eaten raw but the flavor sorta dulls when it's grated and baked in a muffin.

K and S said...

I think have seen it K, it sounded awesome if I remember correctly!

ooh I've seen those on some blogs recently Rowena, sounds interesting!

Take care you two.

Deb in Hawaii said...

Those little sugars are so adorable! ;-)

K and S said...

definitely fun, Deb :)

Take care.

Barbara said...

Are the Byron Bay cookies from Byron Bay in Australia. We visit there a couple of times a year.

K and S said...

I believe so Barbara, they are delicious, I hope you try them.

Take care.