Had a bit of an issue earlier in that the clock on the oven is still in BST, which meant that when Mrs CCB set the timer, she inadvertently set it to finish at 12pm not 1pm. So the lasagne was cooked for a bit longer than anticipated. Nevertheless it was tasty
Really don’t know what I fancy…
Apart from @avery ofc
Local Hero Avery is going to the shop for petit pois, milk, prosecco and sausages.
We’re making toad in the hole with mash, roast carrots, cabbage, peas and gravy.
Breakfast…marmalade on toast
Lunch…leek and potato soup, cheese on toast on the side. Recently started using big part baked baguettes for this and it is game changing.
Few fox’s jam and creams with tea
Dinner ??? Who knows.
Finally tried those lime pickle naan crisps. Fgood stuff
Doing this Very simple tomato pasta sauce
Let us know how it is.
It would go against every bone in my body to make a tomato sauce without garlic or herbs
Having 7 vegetables with dinner, 8 if you include the cheese I’m adding to the potatoes (not included). Managed to remember to grate some of the cheese early, so I can snack my way through cooking.
Had to grate more already
Reduced to £1.32 btw.
R has requested a party buffet style tea. So that’s what we are having. Not sure quite what it will consist of other than bread, cheese and olives though.
Pineapple, hotdog and cheese hedgehog.
Bowl of crisps mix a load of flavours together for authenticity.
Bunny chow, not served out of bread but it was still very good.
Something something face against the glass I never really enjoyed teaching that poem so barely remember it.
I googled Bunny Chow earlier and the whole point seemed to be the bread bowl receptacle.
What sort of curry was it?