It rained here yesterday morning so no boot sale. The only rain for days and it falls on a Sunday morning! Ho Hum
The eating locally produced is ongoing and so easy with all the
garden produce.When I made the Bacon and Egg Pie last week I saved a
small bit of pastry and rolled thinly, just enough to do a pastry case
for a mixed fruit meringue pie with odds and ends of fruit from the
Some almost past-it gooseberries, last of the redcurrants and a
couple of early very sharp cooking apples, all cooked up with quite a
lot of sugar. Stirred in some cornflour (sadly not local) and egg yolks. Then used the egg
whites and sugar to make meringue for the top.
It's very pink and divides into 6.I've been eating for lunch instead of a sandwich some days.
These were a surprise from the garden
Two of the 4 calabrese plants have produced a head already, much earlier than they should and very small due to dry/chilly weather I guess.
I made a little cheese sauce and fried some of my potatoes..........After peeling - as this is the damage ants have done to some of the lovely Charlotte spuds. Every year I threaten to stop bothering with potatoes as this always happens.
Breakfast was toast and the very local honey which I'm enjoying as a change from toast and marmalade.
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