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It’s time to share what’s in my kitchen this November as part of the series run by Celia over at Fig Jam and Lime Cordial.  So here goes…

In My Kitchen …

Emma’s Pumpkin and Sage Soup

Waitrose Deluxe Pumpkin Carving Kit


Our Miles Sculpture


Emma’s Pumpkin and Pancetta Risotto


There has been lots and lots of Pumpkin action.  I would recommend the Waitress Deluxe Pumpkin Carving Kit.  My only criticism is that the blades on the miniature saws bend very easily.




Two of the biggest pomegranates I have ever seen in my life purchased from Epsom market.  I feel a Moroccan lamb tagine with lemon and pomegranate couscous coming on.


Banana muffins

My kitchen smells amazing because I have just baked 24 banana muffins for Epsom Riding for The Disabled Prize Giving Evening tonight (charity I volunteer with that provides therapeutic horse riding for disabled children and adults in the local community).


Farm eggs

Another dozen farm eggs from one of the amazing volunteers at Epsom RDA. These eggs really do make the lightest, fluffiest most delicious omelette’s I have ever tried.  Super market eggs just don’t compare.


SurreyKitchen has been asked to review an exciting new Caribbean restaurant ‘Turtle Bay’ due to open in Guildford on the 14th November.  Watch this space for that write up.


Iam McEwan Wimbledon Bookfest

I was also lucky enough to meet Ian McEwan at Wimbledon Bookfest.  The acclaimed novelist spoke about his latest book The Children Act, a story partly inspired by real life cases that revolves around parents who are refusing treatment for their sick son because of their religious beliefs.  It was a real treat to see him in conversation with BBC presenter James Naughtie.

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You can now follow surreyKitchen at https://www.facebook.com/pages/SurreyKitchen/1564755667079673IMGP5316 IMGP5305Wishing you all a very Happy November.  Emma, Ross and Miles.