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.