Here’s the final pages from my mother’s cookery book that I’ve been writing about recently. In a footnote on another page she mentions that the gravy for the hotpot shouldn’t be too thick.
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I’m hardly an internet influencer, but I was highly delighted when one of my friends asked me about my cheese and croissants photo on Facebook.
They’re really simple. Slice the croissants, butter lightly, add the cheese slices, warm gently in the oven until they look done. You’re welcome!
Another recipe for you from my mother’s cookery book that I’ve been writing about recently. You can see all the posts by clicking here.
Some helpful information from my mother on the opening page of the exercise book I’ve been writing about. You can see all the posts by clicking here.
When I left home to venture into the big wide world, my mother lovingly wrote out some recipes and cooking tips in an exercise book for me. This recipe book is extremely precious to me, and I share one of the pages with you. I’ll share more in the future.
This recipe was a teatime favourite, and I look forward to cooking it again soon. Why not have a go yourself?
Update: You can see all the pages I’ve posted by clicking here.
We all know the value of drinking plenty of water, but equally we don’t always get around to doing it. That was certainly the case for me, but since retiring I’m making a concerted effort to look after myself, especially with three young children to care for.
Just over a month ago I started to drink at least five glasses of water a day (one as soon as I wake up). It’s made easier because we have one of those convenient cold-water dispensers on our fridge. I also drink herbal tea in addition to my regular drinks and restrict coffee to one a day no later than 2.00 pm if possible.
I have to say I feel much better as a result. Keeping hydrated is so essential and has many health benefits, both physical and mental. Any downsides? Not really, although I do have to go to the toilet more often!
This article is very helpful, along with many other you can find with your friend Google.
I spent this afternoon at Costa Coffee inside the Odeon Cinema foyer at Silverlink Shopping Park waiting for my car to be serviced at a nearby Citroën dealership. Having bought coffee and cake, I told the staff to let me know if they needed the table, especially in the light of reduced capacity with all the coronavirus social distancing measures, as I had done in McDonald’s in the morning.
An elderly lady and her middle-aged daughter came and enjoyed some refreshments before going into the cinema. As they left, I was still in the same place doing personal business on my Chromebook. They came over and struck up conversation, quite concerned that I had nowhere to go.
They were genuinely relieved when I explained why I was 35 miles away from home and could only have my car serviced there because it came free as part of the original sales agreement. Oh, how we laughed. Life’s little interactions are important, always talk to people whenever you have the opportunity.