A kitchen experiment, Pea-Crumb Fritters, 6p

A kitchen experiment, Pea-Crumb Fritters, 6p

Did one of my very favourite things today and had a play in the kitchen and ended up with these pea-crumb fritters. Have been thinking about doing some kind of frittery thing using mushy peas for a while now. Had a little Google and a look around t’internet....
A lovely day in the sun

A lovely day in the sun

It was a beautiful sunny day this morning, so Mike and I went off to the coast for a walk. We parked up at the swimming pool end of the Eastbourne front and walked all the way to the other end. If you don’t know Eastbourne, that’s a flipping long way,...
Chapatti, muffins and a warm salad

Chapatti, muffins and a warm salad

chapatti Had a lovely play in the kitchen yesterday. Made some chapatti using some Approved Food flour – do you remember those huge, massive, giant bags I got ages ago? Yes, I’m still using them. Chapatti made with chapatti flour rather than wholemeal...
Wedding hats, knits, shrinkage and wild garlic

Wedding hats, knits, shrinkage and wild garlic

fascinating Having dropped off a decluttered bag of items in what is my favourite charity shop, I was having a little look around and spotted this wedding hat. My niece has invited us to her wedding at the end of April, so I thought it would be lovely for that....
Joy and jubilation and hang the bunting out

Joy and jubilation and hang the bunting out

Did my weekly weigh in and measure this morning. I did say to my coach that I wouldn’t weigh, but I feel out on a limb if I don’t know what that number is. It helps to keep me on track, even if it does throw my mood sometimes too. hang the bunting out!...
Did you work it out?

Did you work it out?

Yesterday, the Money Advice Service challenged us to work out what the best deals were from a selection of typical examples. I’m not bad at mental arithmetic, but I needed to resort to my calculator several times to get the price per 100g, or for each egg. If...
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