Tag Archives: cooking

Feb 20th, 2011

Weekend woes and wins

It’s been hot and humid all weekend. I’ve got a lurgi that comes with a sore throat, headache, shakiness and mild nausea – every time I try and do anything other than sit on the lounge I end up a gasping, sweaty, can’t stand unsupported mess. We’ve gone nowhere and done nothing except housework and […]

Nov 12th, 2010

Friday Fragments – chocolate strawberries edition

Hosted by Mrs4444. I wasn’t really sure I’d have much to decant after a week of daily posting for NaBloPoMo but I guess there’s always a few little fragments of frivolity floating around ready to find a home in a Friday Fragments post! On Monday we began the day with freshly baked homemade sourdough bread. […]

Oct 26th, 2010

Corn, cucumber and capsicum salad

Purely so I don’t forget what I did: Tom’s birthday dinner last night was, by request from the birthday boy, nachos, and because I decided I wanted some extra veggies I grabbed these things: 1 420g can corn kernels drained1 lebanese cucumber, diced1/2 red capsicum, dicedolive oil, a drizzlewhite wine vinegar, a splashgarlic powder dried […]

Jul 23rd, 2010

Feel Good Friday

Feel Good Friday is a weekly meme hosted by The Girl Next Door Grows Up (click the button above to go visit her). This week Liz at Eternal Lizdom has stepped up to the mark to host while The Girl has a break. I’ve seen Liz and others post to the meme over past weeks, […]

Apr 16th, 2010

Friday Fragments

Hosted by Mrs4444. Time for a Friday Fragments brain dump. Lots of little bits of dubious value thrown together to masquerade as a post. When you’ve read mine you might like to head on over to Half-Past Kissin’ Time and see what other all the other fabulous Friday Fragmenters have on offer. The kids have […]

Feb 13th, 2010

Anglo-Saxon cooking spree

This little book has been sitting on the shelf in the kitchen for a while now waiting for someone to feel like embarking on a culinary adventure. Around about lunchtime today Adam declared that he was going to cook an Anglo-Saxon feast for dinner. So he did (with the odd anachronism thrown in). The book […]