Mixed deli meat, tiny tomato seedling and Approved Food order
I used about 150g of it. It is thin slices and small pieces of all different meat, from the deli. I made a white sauce and added some fancy honey mustard for flavouring. Sliced an onion and mixed it all together. Then I rolled out some puff pastry, also from the depths of the freezer, piled on the mix, then drew up the sides into the middle, like a big pasty parcel. It was pretty tasty. It made four portions, so we had it twice.
I am getting holes and gaps in the freezers now, so this strategy is working – yay
Almost squealed with excitement this morning (only almost mind) when I spotted this in the tomato seeds tray. It’s all of 1cm high! My first tomato seedling of the year. It’s blimming cold at the moment, which tomato seedlings don’t like, so I am very glad they are tucked up in gently warmed trays.
The latest Approved Foods order arrived today. Was very happy with everything except the 50p Lucky Dip. I know it is pot luck, but really felt rather short changed this time. There was a small packet of cake mix aimed at a child, I don’t use cake mixes, but I know someone who does. A couple of small packets of corn snacks, a bottle of sugary energy drink with added caffeine, which I can’t have as it gives me a migraine. One packet of crisps and quite a few sachets of brown sauce.
Stocked up with shower gel for DP, lots of toothpaste, some tinned green beans which I haven’t had before, so we’ll see if I like them. I am hoping to be able to use them in mixed bean salads, which I love, the other beans being haricot type beans not more green ones. If I don’t like them much, they’ll disappear into soups, curries and the like. A few packets of biscuits for DP, the big box of clementines and mahoosive packet of custard. You have to cook the custard, but don’t need to use milk. I shall try doing it like I do the Birds type custard. I do that in the microwave which is easy enough.