Archives for August 2021
Crunchy nutty slice – just the thing with a cuppa
Lockdown affects everyone, just in different ways. I don’t mind being alone, and like many writers, prefer it most of the time. Not having so many emails to deal with is a bonus. But I truly am desperate to garden. My little Podular housette is delayed, of course – the site is all ticked off and ready […]
I’ve got a friend. He’s a bit spiky and he’s very shy. Still, it’s nice to have someone pop by. I also have pheasants – they’re very noisy – rosellas (they’re squawky but colourful), ducks (extremely noisy but quite magnificent), dozens of rabbits (that’s probably a bad thing but their little ears poking up out […]
Tangy-fresh with plenty of crunch, perfect with Mediterranean dishes.
Mid-week munching doesn’t get any better than this.
9th August It’s all about site preparation. Last week a big drill thingy arrived so I knew holes were on the agenda, and sure enough the digger turned up again and did one of the other jobs it does well, dig holes. Who knew? I thought they just scooped up stuff. A sleeve is wrapped […]
Yep, it’s been busy around here with trucks and diggers beeping and buzzing and men in hi-vis and hats. The progress with the ground work for my PODULAR housette has been hampered by rain, but finally this week the digger arrived and work commenced. You can see more in the pic and link below. Meanwhile, the oven has […]
What’s the deal with silicone bakeware? Is it worth the cost?
Melting chocolate drops in muffins is decadent. And worth every calorie.
Here’s an easy alternative to hummus. Use as a dip, dunk or spread.
A well made kedgeree is a delicious thing!