This is my meal plan for the week 27th July 2020. Nothing fancy, just home cooking
These pitta bread are the ones I made on a Greek Cuisine course I went on with my husband at Claverham College. One of the things we made were these pitta bread.
I think you will be able to see from the picture that they are pillowy, puffy and soft. They were easy to do, and as they are so basic ingredients, very cheap.
These easy poached pears are made without alcohol, are super tasty, taste indulgent and are budget option
This is my meal plan for the week 20th July 2020. Nothing fancy, just home cooking
This rice can be dialed up to be VERY coconutty, which is how I first had it, or made more subtle. I really liked it super coconutty
Recipes for a puddings, cakes and bakes from readers of the Facebook Group www.facebook.com/groups/ThriftyLesley/
I’m playing with the idea of posting a weeks meal plan on Monday’s. Nothing fancy, just what I have planned for us for the next week.
When making puchkas, I was pretty sure it would work as a main course in a pastry case. And let me tell you, it worked beautifully!
For brunch today, I had an absolutely delicious savoury baked oats dish and I give that version in the recipe card. I have had a little ponder and come up with lots of other flavour possibilities too.
I noticed that popcorn could be done in the microwave, so I thought I would have a go, having previously always done it on the hob.
Make the most of this seasonal treat by making a few pots of wonderful jam
First published in 2017, still as relevant today. Now that we are thinking about rejoining society after our enforced Covid lockdown, perhaps we need to be even more aware of the ways we can be persuaded to part with more money than we were planning. I haven't been...