We had the allotment picnic and it was:
egg sarnies made with home made bread
crisps (on special)
cucumber (from Beth's garden)
citrus yoghurt (every bit home made)
flapjack cookies (made that morning)
diet cola and orange juice.
. . . and we ate every single scrap. Delicious
|Not like this though - this is borrowed from Google Search!|
For dinner I had intended to have Jack-burgers but I couldn't find them (drat my overcrowded freezer) so I took out two of the pork, apple and sage burgers I made a while ago. I also grabbed one of the rolls I made last Sunday. Out in the garden I picked some living lettuce leaves and some tomatoes and pulled a few radish thinnings. To those I added cucumber (from Beth's garden) and courgette (from Beth's allotment!) and chopped up a carrot (from Morrisons!!!)
I dry-fried the burgers and had them each on half a roll with mayo, lettuce and green tomato chutney (home made last year) with some coleslaw left over from the other day and the side salad with a (home made) dressing drizzled over. It was a delicious meal.
A fantastic and frugal day's eating
Breakfast: Porridge with yoghurt and dried cranberries
Lunch: not sure - may be out but not eating out. If I do it will be something eggy.
Dinner: It's got to be something with pasta because I want to try out my new gadget, I will probably make something with a tomato based sauce and lots of veg. Or I might try a recipe for courgettes a friend described in our facebook group. Long slow sauteing with onion, garlic and herbs. Maybe . . .