lainz wrote: »
Been in the kitchen tonight as nothing on the telly and have made spinach lasagne and a version of MrsMc's spinach bread (anyone guess what's growing in my garden :rotfl: ) They were both nice - but just missing something :rolleyes: . Will have to see if I can cram them in my freezer! I have a 5ft one and it's just me :rotfl: !
I'd like to add that I've had some for my lunch and they were both nom nom, so note to self, wait for it to 'mature' and not try at the ooohhh aaahhh stage :rotfl:
Should be a nsd day - must get into the garden and plant out my butternuts and toms
denisefowler wrote: »
:mad: Got some ham out of freezer last week for DS so that he could have ham sandwiches for his lungh (half term!) just been in fridge to check what I need and a whole unopened pack sitting there - expiry today!!!!:mad:
Does anyone know if I made up sandwiches with it today for hubby & DS next week then froze them, would this be freezing the ham twice and bad and would it still be OK when they got it out to eat, as eating on day of defrosting??? OOHHH, need to get the hang of this freezing lark:D
angelnikki wrote: »
I found a recipe for breadsticks last night that doesnt include any salt - great for DS as he's only 20months old and shouldn't have more than 2g/dayBreadsticks Recipe
8 oz strong white/wholemeal bread flour
½ sachet fast action yeast (½ tsp?)
1 oz melted butter
1 tbsp olive oil
3½ fl oz water (@ room temp)
sesame seeds (optional)
Preheat oven Gas 6/220C
Mix flour and yeast in a bowl.
Pour in the oil, water and melted butter. Mix to form a dough.
Divide into 15 pieces and roll to pencil shapes about 15cm long.
Roll them in sesame seeds (if using) and then place on a greased/ lined tray
Bake for 20mins until golden. Will keep in an airtight box for 1 week.
chocolateteddy wrote: »
Don't forget Tesco will take sun vouchers I found Morrisons was more expensive and because I don't usually shop there didn't find much I wanted so will be using mine in Mr t's instead
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
Incl £2ish sun cream & £1.50 disposable BBQs