Perhaps not so much “missing in action”, as “missing because of in-action”. What am I talking about? Well I went to my diet specialist to have a chat and see if we can do something about my total inability to control my eating. You might remember I lost 40+ kilos just before Xmas, I did … More Missing in action?
Have a look at this pasta sauce lid. Tell me if you notice anything a little ‘odd’ about it. Not obvious yet? Ok… have a look at the wording two lines under the ‘Fresh Sauce’ bit. See it now? I’ll write it out so it’s clearer… CAUTION: CONTAINER BECOMES HOT WHEN HEATED. HANDLE WITH CARE … More Surely it can't just be me?
We’ve got a product here called Vege Chips. I assume the same or similar products are on sale around the world and all would be carrying the same implications of ‘health’ and ‘wellbeing’ resulting from eating them. The selling points on the pack are that these things are Gluten Free, and contain 40% less fat … More Vege Chips.
The daughter in the UK was asking the other day about Rhubarb Crumble and how best to make it. I love ‘crumbles’. They are so simple to make but such a sweet treat and useful for cooking all sorts of fruits. The traditional apple’ is a favourite, but for me so are blackberry and apple, … More Rhubarb Crumble
Ahh… pea soup! Oi… get your mind out of the gutter… that *wasn’t* an instruction!! I’m sitting here surrounded by the aroma of boiling ham hocks with those subtle underlying hints of bay leaf, parsley, thyme and pepper… it’s quite gorgeous. On the weekend we were in Woolworth’s and I saw a couple of hocks … More Pea soup!
Dead simple food can be a real treat. Fresh Swordfish steak, smeared with tomato paste, smothered with parmesan, black pepper and a little salt; baked in a hot oven for 10 minutes or so, then finished by searing under a hot grill ’til the cheese bubbles and browns. Serve with steamed broccoli and French beans … More Dinner tonight.
It’s been a very long day but we’re home at last. Too late to work on the site, too tired to spit. Well fed after the leg of lamb… but so tired I just need to sleep. 🙂 Did I mention the leg weighed 3.5 kilos? Only cost $3.99 a kilo too. Good value we … More Home at last.
Well if ever a truism was true… I suppose that one is! 🙂 The wife is currently on her feet and meandering around the house. Still in pain but at least more mobile than she has been most of the day. We live in hope. Maybe she should have a nice hot bath later filled … More Tomorrow is another day!
I’m sure you’ll all be relieved to learn I ‘repaired’ the water boiler. Only took a couple of minutes… turned out the ‘fill’ tube had a crack in it so all I needed to do was invert it and screw it back together. It took more time to clean the scale off the screws etc. … More Tea hee!!
Following The Phantom’s lead regarding stir-fries… sorta… I thought we’d have one tonight. Nipped out, bought some stuff and off we went. Chicken breast, broccolini, mushrooms, baby bok choy, mushrooms, carrots, baby corn, snow peas, garlic, ginger and coriander… cooked (not in the order listed) with walnut oil, honey and some Kikkoman Teriyaki sauce. It … More Stir-fry… mmmm.