🥦 Sunday Dinner 24-01-2021 🍆

Good morning, my sweet potatoes!

I am lying in bed thinking about food.

What will you be eating today?

:onion::garlic::broccoli::leafy_green::cucumber::hot_pepper::carrot::potato::eggplant::onion::garlic::broccoli::leafy_green::cucumber::hot_pepper::carrot:

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I’ve got leftover dosa and mystery soup for lunch which I’m looking forward to.

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Gonna make a cheaty chicken pieeeeeeeee

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Leftover bourguignon for lunch.

I intend to do some kind herby fish with a potato and fennel rosti for tea but whether I can be cba with all the grating remains to be seen.

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Breakfast commences

Got a fantastic looking bit of pork loin from the butchers yesterday so will be roasting that for dinner.

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Going to make noodles inspired by sichuan dan dan noodles but using courgettes, quite excited for it

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Did a mixed root veg rosti a few years ago. Grating parsnip was a ludicrous amount of work and very much not worth it.

Ours will be fennel and potato which is definitely easier.

Breakfast: Frittata

Lunch: Samosa

Dinner: Pork belly with roasted veg

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My first ever vegan Bolognese (with non vegan Parmesan tho sorry)

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What are you using for the ‘mince’ part?

Why it’s a roast of course

(If either of us go to a shop, otherwise it’s toast… actually we don’t have any bread so yeah)

Brek: toast, eggs, mushrooms, sriracha

Lunch: dunno

Dinner: dunno

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Got mostly roast for lunch but with some vegan kiev things.

Followed by cake which is courgette, cinnamon and pecan.

Maybe cheese on toast for tea.

Then more cake later.

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Roast chicken for dinner today with swede, which is one of my absolute favourite vegetables. I am very excited.

I am also making this (or attempting to…watch this space for my entry to cakewrecks.com)

I’m a big fan of swede but I only ever eat it one way, mashed with carrots (plus s+p and butter ofc) how do you cook yours?
Ever roasted it? :thinking:

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I only ever really eat is mashed with lots of butter and a tonne of pepper :yum:
I don’t think I have ever roasted it because I always think I’ll prefer it mashed!

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Oh my gosh that cake looks incredible! Can we make one together when I come to visit? :blush:

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YES! We can make loads of fancy patisserie treats :smiley:

I’m going to try mirror glazing this cake (which I’ve never done before) because I don’t have the spray gun thing needed for the effect in the photo. :grimacing:

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