Did I tell you about the bread? We did bread in our class one week and I have never seen so much bread! Each person made approx 40 dinner rolls then we made sour dough bread, soda bread it was endless. We had cheese and bread for tea that night and then I had the most ridiculous bread bloat!
Bread, bread, bread
I have to say a lot of it went to the birds as there isn't enough space for me, for bread!
We had some fish mix one night and rather than just make a fish stew (which is always a winner) we decided to make a Goan fish fury. It was really yummy. There's something about fresh flavours and fish.... lemongrass, coriander, chilli, coconut milk.... so good.
After the bread the class went up a notch and we made genoese sponge. This was really difficult. We had to make the egg mix over a bain marie and the first time I scrambled my mixture... but then it paid off in the end and when others cakes were coming out of the oven as flat as a pancake, my sponge did have a little rise - albeit not what it should be - I managed to make a fairly edible cake in the end.
And when I came home - the boyfriend had made us pumpkin harvest pies!
With sweet potato fries. You can't get better comfort food that pie and fries! Carb overload but you gotta indulge yourself every so often!
To balance it out at the weekend we just got a nice n simple seafood mix from M&S and ate it with crackers. No cooking = no dishes - hurrah! And this has to be healthier than a saturday night take away
And finally, this little piece of heaven. I recently tried The Pioneer Woman aka Ree Drummond's Peanut Butter Cake with Chocolate Icing Divine, delicious, devilishly good! Yum. It was so good. Ate it warm out of the oven and it was just perfect. I have to confess, I had slightly more than the 2 slices you see evidence of here. but again... you've got to indulge yourself every so often right? Maybe just not every night.
So I think it's nil by mouth til December!!