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1) steak with ratatouille and saffron rice
2) banana bread loaf
3) sausage casserole
4) lots of cups of tea
cups of tea
put some pizzas in the oven
cheese, tomato and salad roll
1) Home made Chicken Souvlaki with home made tatziki sauce and greekj style rice.
2) roast chicken with veggies
4 rocky bars
Ketchup flavoured cheetos
6 syrup pancakes
DiS means that he's woefully unproductive.
oh never mind
Saturday - chicken breast stuffed with lemongrass, garlic & chilli with sweet potato mash & pak choy
Sunday - grilled chicken breast topped with bacon served with roasted asparagus & black olive couscous
Loads of toast
A mushroom tofu burger
saturday made a grilled aubergine salad for a girl who is veggie and on a low-carb diet.
sunday made full english for me dad (fathers day)
It was the best salsa ever.
i'm just making a comparison between salsa and everything else. almost everything else wins
Some flapjacks for the week
Pasta, pesto, bacon and peas w pasta
Tonight I'm doing a curry
Gregg Wallaces nan's rhubarb crumble with custard - absolutely delicious. Thanks Gregg Wallace's nan.
pretty pretty good.
with garlic mushrooms on the side. Hardly groundbreaking stuff but was lovely all the same.
Was out and about for the rest of the weekend so didn't get to make anything else.
Went out for dinner on Saturday
Spaghetti Bolognese last night
About 6 cups of tea and 3 bowls of shreddies
Saturday: Paneer, potato and pea curry with cocnut rice
Sunday: Butternut squash and (anis) mushroom lasagne
Butternut squash puree and blueberry, apple and baby rice for the youth.
Yesterday I reheated a roast.
for burgers (caramelized onions, bacon & goats cheese)
2) Mixed vegetable pasta sauce
3) Lemon tart
4) Spicy Moroccan stew thing with butternut squash, chickpeas, courgettes, carrots, sultana & almonds. That went with lamb steaks & mint couscous
5) Baked porridge. blackberries, apples an strawberry bottom layer, oats with milk, eggs & vanilla in the middle (and baking powder), crunchy top layer of maple syrup & coconut oil soaked nuts and seeds. This is like a breakfast crumble cake. Oats cooked in custard. For breakfast. Cake. For. Breakfast. Guess how good it is.
6) Sourdough loaf to go with...
7) Sausage salad.
8) Mince & onions
9) Chorizo & egg salad
10) all the teas and coffees that go with 2 days of having family over.
Busy weekend in the kitchen for me.
500g fresh berries/fruit (I used blackberries, strawberries & apple)
180g rolled oats
1tsp baking powder
1/2tsp ginger or 1tsp grated ginger
Pinch of salt
500ml Almond Milk (or cow milk. Any milk really)
1 vanilla pod’s worth of scraped out seeds (or 1tsp vanilla extract)
70ml Maple syrup (or agave syrup or clear honey)
1 big tblsp Coconut oil (plus extra for greasing)
200g nuts and seeds (I used pumpkin & sunflower seeds and hazelnuts & pecans)
Heat oven to 180 degrees (fan oven, 190 if it’s not)
Get baking dish, grease base and sides with some coconut oil
lay the berries on the base of the dish
Combine oats, baking powder, ginger and salt and evenly lay over the fruit
Whisk milk eggs and vanilla and pour over the oats so they are soaked and a bit liquidy. Pour a bit more milk in if it looks a bit dry
Mix the coconut oil and syrup into the nuts and seeds so it’s all thoroughly coated then spread over the top of the oats.
Put in the oven for 30-40 minutes until the nuts are all crisps up. Just don’t let them burn.
Take it out and be amazed: http://instagram.com/p/anMT6yGMXT/#
Ta da! Breakfast cake.
Gonna make this at the weekend. Ta!
sandwich x 2
bowl of cereal.