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caronc said:I thoroughly enjoyed my cheese omelette yesterday something I must make more often.Lunch will be a quick sarnie when I get a chance for a break and dinner tonight is tbc, possibly a posh fish finger sandwich or similar.
Quiet day here. I decided to try a banana spread with peanut butter for breakfast as my co worker swear by it .... doesn't keep you full for long and I missed my usual porridge lol! Not sure it is a substantial breakfast really! Had some time to check the store cupboards for dried fruit ready for mincemeat and found a few odds and ends lurking from making the fruit cakes; also found an old jar of store bought mincemeat from quite a while back. I will add it to the Mary Berry Farmhouse Kitchen mincemeat cake recipe I use and make a fresh batch for mince pies. I struggle to find suet here so will go to the British store and buy a box of Atora at an exorbitant price and use the rest for dumplings!
What do the locals use? Or is mincemeat a peculiar British thing?That sounds a skimpy breakfast to me as well, I always have porridge with a sliced banana added
I was just going to my make Nigella Essential bread recipe and see my book is missing - think daughter may have borrowed it lol! Please does anyone have the Nigella domestic goddess book and could take a pic of the recipe for me? It is the essential white bread one with potato water in, hers is free form but I just pop it in a loaf tin. There is a picture of the bread on a right hand side page and recipe is on next page - you would think I would remember the whole recipe but unfortunately my brain is having problems with thinking about it haha! I THINK it is 500g Strong white bread flour7g dry yeast 1 tbsp. saltapprox 300ml warm tap or potato water 1 tbsp. unsalted butter
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