Archive for: Food Glorious Food

Oct 2nd, 2007

Confession is good for the soul

Last night at about 1:00am I ate: 1 piece of vegemite toast, 1 piece of peanut butter and honey toast, 2 slices of grilled Bega Vintage cheese on toast, some dried cranberries and 1 square of Lindt chocolate. After which I felt somewhat ill. Hmmm…ponders…why did I do this? Let’s see, no complex carbs for […]

Oct 1st, 2007

I don’t like Mondays. No, wait. Mondays good, sausages bad…

Nice quiet family day today. Lord of the Rings miniatures got painted, a BBQ lunch was eaten on the front deck, I did some grocery shopping and we walked to the park and played basketball. I decided at lunch that I wanted one of the not quite so low fat sausages I get for the […]

Sep 24th, 2007

First, find the DVD…

It took me nearly 45 minutes to find the bloody DVD for the resistance workout I’d planned to do today, I found several other long-missing objects in the process, and in the end it was Adam who found it – in a pile of stuff I’d only gone through twice. Then I did the workout […]

Sep 8th, 2007

Public holiday = BBQ party!

Friday was a no-blog day because I spent the morning frantically cleaning up and shopping, as one does, in preparation for having close on 20 people, mostly Browncoats, over for a BBQ in the afternoon and evening. Everyone who came brought with them vast quantities of gorgeous and for the most part healthy food and […]

Sep 3rd, 2007

Lasagne love

Because the vegetable lasagne I invented tonight turned out so very yummy I thought I ought to share.1 x 405g can diced italian tomatoes with basil and herbs1 zucchini, sliced thinly lengthways1 small lebanese eggplant, sliced thinly lengthways250g butternut pumpkin thinly sliced1/2 bunch english spinach2 sheets Latina lasagne (fresh lasagne sheets, no need to pre-cook)250g […]

Jul 24th, 2007

Does marathon reading count?

Because I spent a good part of the weekend reading Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and the new Bujold fantasy (Sharing Knife: Legacy), of the 2 the Bujold was by far the more satisfying. Rowlings just doesn’t seem to make me care about her characters *shrug*. Saturday morning was taken up with our first […]