Sorry it's hard to read in pencil, but I alter things so much if I wrote it in pen it would be a scribbly mess!! And of course you have to put up with the blurry marks that are still on my camera lens 😐
Slightly clearer but still with blobs!!
My veg soup is cooking away in the soup maker as I type and starting to smell delicious.
A close up of the things I'm making.
And my little notes.
And a reminder to myself!!
Breakfast ... I threw in the apple for good measure 😀
Now it's time to whizz up the soup now and get stuck in.
It would be daft to copy my comment from your other blog, but same thing applies. I am finding your project absolutely fascinating, and thank you for sharing it all.ReplyDelete
An absolute pleasure, it's good to see you back on here :-)Delete
I am on my Kindle and when I press the picture of the menu and it comes up, I can enlarge it so I can see the whole thing very well.ReplyDelete
Brilliant, I'm just sorry about the cameras blobby marks then, there's no way you could get rid of them ;-)Delete
They are so small they are insignificant.Delete
Its looking good. I fancy making Woolton pie as I have some ready made pastry in the freezer so I look forward to seeing Thursday's meal 👍ReplyDelete
It's literally just any veggies you have with either a pastry or mashed potato lid. But I'll find a recipe in one of my books and get a photo of it for you.Delete
Thanks, Sue, that would be brilliant 😀 xDelete
Drooling reading your menu♥ Woolton pie has always sparked my interest, have you ever made this before?ReplyDelete
Yes, we had it a couple of times when we did a month long wartime Ration Challenge a couple of years ago. It's tastier with a pastry lid, but we tried the mash top too. With pastry you get more of a difference in textures, when it's literally all veg with a mashed potato top it's a bit samey. But either way it's filling.Delete
Love the eat more veggies reminder. What exactly is Woolton Pie?ReplyDelete
It's basically vegetables in a pie dish with either a mashed potato or pastry lid. Cooked in the oven and usually served with gravy.Delete
It looks brilliant - very healthy and simple. Enjoy!ReplyDelete
Yes, it's all pretty simple fare isn't it. Hopefully it will still be tasty though :-)Delete