Penn state pretzels come in a variety of flavours to suit most. They come in a handy 175g bag, big enough for sharing, for partying, for keeping until another day.
Pretzels are one of those snacks you forget how good they are until you have them again. Pretzels of course have the reputation of [...]
I don’t know about you, but here where I live in the not so sunny North, it’s been noticeably colder of late. Bitterly cold. So I’ve been staying in when possible and staying warm, with hot coffee and my big jumper on.
I’ve also been making more hot food, the kind you have to [...]
Last Sunday Neets set about making some brownies for us. We had some Flora Cuisine to try out, and one of the suggested recipes was for brownies.
I may not like chocolate per se, but am partial to an odd brownies here and there.
Neets loves making things in the kitchen, so [...]
So I had promised to make Mr, enchiladas for dinner for his birthday on Tuesday. I’d never made them before, so it was a bit of a challenge for me. Especially considering how little time I actually get just now, and usually dinners are thrown together with as little grace as a pot noddle.
On Tuesday, next week, it is Mr’s birthday. I asked what he wanted for dinner. We’re not exactly partying hard, but a nice dinner is doable.
He says enchiladas.
A vegetarian version on the classic prawn cocktail, using Apetina cheese cubes in place of the prawns. [...]
Time is slowly finding its way back to me. Either I am coping better with the time I have, or in fact the family are settling in to a newer routine that now fits better.
Either way I at last had the time to make vegetable and lentil dhal, and to the children’s delight, [...]
Well that was unexpected. Who would have thought we’d have such a sunny spell in March. My goodness! I have to say I really enjoyed it, and spent as much time outside as I could with Jasper. The children didn’t need coats for school and I got tonnes of washing dried. Great stuff.
That was my quick and easy, yet tasty vegetarian vegetable soup.
Low Low cheese toasties come in a 200g packet that contains 10 individual slices. They are made from pasteurised semi skimmed cows’ milk, and contain 1/3 less fat than other cheeses.