For the first of the month.
And having got that little bit of traditional violence over and done with, welcome to February, cold, damp and with a red sky that doesn't bode well . . .
|I live in hope, even though snow days are in the past for me now.|
* I have some coconut milk powder which you mix up one part powder to four parts water. Very useful.
Anyway, it was delicious and I am thrilled that there are four more portions in the freezer and that I was able to give Beth two portions to take home.
With it, I ummed and ahed between rice and noodles and in the end made some flat breads instead. Again delicious - SR flour, yogurt, salt and a smidgeon of baking powder and so, so easy. It's on t'other blog. Just follow the link.
In the afternoon Beth sewed and I crocheted. The cat bum coasters are now all made and ready for dispatch as the dosh rolls in!
|Not the best photo in the world but you get the idea!|
|These certainly brightened up someone's Christmas dinner table, didn't they?|
I've been very good and planned my meals for the week in the hopes that it will keep me on the straight and narrow. I can hope.
B: Porridge with pineapple and maple syrup
L: Odds and Ends soup, bread roll, fruit
D: Home made smoky bacon pot noodles, fruit yogurt.