When I wrote my In My Kitchen post I told you that Therapy Kitchen had sent a selection of their products that are perfect for folks like us who spend a lot of time in the kitchen. Now most of you know that I won’t write about anything I don’t like and I’m writing about Therapy Kitchen from The Aromatherapy Co – it’s good stuff.
What I like best about it is the scent. I wish I could share the most incredible scent of lemongrass, lime and bergamot that’s throughout my studio. I work in my studio now. It used to be a bedroom and I flipped up Rob’s bed and turned it into a studio. Then I realised I didn’t like having my office upstairs away from the studio and the kitchen.
That’s why I am working with the most exquisite smells in my office. I’ve tried the Chef’s Room Spray which covered up a fishy after affect of dinner and BAM, the kitchen smelled like my office does now.
I’ve also used the Chef’s Natural Candle on more than one occasion. Unlike the spray, the candle just gives a gentle scent to the whole downstairs.
The Natural Soap Bar I used after a morning of planting herbs about back. We’re having John’s family up this weekend and I couldn’t have pots with dead herbs sitting there, could I ? No. It’s been very hot and sometimes I work instead of watering. I’m going to try to do better.
Finally, the Chef’s Hand Cream is just what I needed. I have my hands in a sink of dishwater several times a day and the skin on my hands does get quite dry. I’ve noticed a huge improvement since I began using it. I keep the tube next to the sink or I’d forget to use it.
The Aromatherapy Company has their products in many stores. I went to Pillow Talk just a few minutes ago to pick up a new mattress cover and while I was waiting for the checkout chick I perused their collection of The Aromatheraphy Co. products.
I was not paid to write this post but I did receive these products at no charge. My practice is to accept products for review but I only write about the ones I think are top drawer. It IS the orgasmic chef, after all.
Okay, for Sally at Bewitching Kitchen. Here’s the back yard.
We need to practice taking photos of Christmas lights. 🙂 We took the photo from the jetty on the water and it was low tide. The blue lights are under the railing around the deck that’s around the pool. The Merry Christmas was much cuter upside down – it was like that for 3 days and neither of us noticed it.
Now, just so you know I’m a food blogger, here are the potatoes we had for dinner. I sliced the potatoes using a mandolin slicer on thin and stacked them in a roll and drizzled with olive oil, sprinkled some salt and pepper and a tiny bit of rosemary. It took over an hour at 180C/350F. I brushed them with a little melted butter when they came out of the oven but I don’t think they needed it.
Hope all your Christmas shopping is done and you’re sitting with your feet up drinking a cocktail and eating wonderful canapes. You are, right? I’m so tired I can’t see straight. I hope Christmas comes soon.