hello all, its a bit cooler here today. have a good weekend.
It's nice that at the moment your GD's whole world is her family Chookie. I love what the kids come out with.
You do tend to hear little comments in the hall at our Probus parties, for example 'try the ..., it's really nice'.
Since I've been there, I've been supplying containers for them to take home all the leftovers and they go home very happy indeed. I'm not one to take leftovers myself but we have no trouble clearing the table at the end of our parties.
Thanks Chookie, I've added that comment to the pm to MM.
Cool and overcast. Good day for cooking. Must make bread. Have bought a few loaves lately as have been busy to say nothing of the mess in the kitchen. They are mnstly really awful.
I use Tapatalk for my photos, haven't had a problem .
Judy, it is very funny what the GC say. My GD told me that I liked to feed the whole world. I think her whole world was the family.
It is nice that the Probus ladies like to cater for themselves. Nice point of discussion as to who cooked what.
I'm glad it's not just me then Denise, I'll let MM know.
Good morning everyone, have a great weekend.
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Cookie, that does sound tasty.
Judy, a lovely meal.
Last night I cooked mashed pots in basket and steamed carrot and zuchinni in tray of TMX. Dipped pork chops on KFC flour mix and lightly fried in a little oil. Served with apple sauce. All except the pork and carrot, home grown.
Also made creamy cauliflower and zuchinni soup in chicken stock from freezer. Today's lunch with ryebread rolls.
After a cool start to the day the sun broke through and it's been a delightful day here.
I've tried to post some early before and after photos of the back yard but it won't let me - sorry girls.I have problems recently posting photos on here taken on my iPad Judy. It says it's too big.
Seem to be now making some progress. Got rid of all the excess books today. 2 large shopping trolleys.
Also many empty boxes.
Judy, that sounds very practical. I love gardens in pots. We have a succulent garden at Invermay and it requires very little care.
I've tried to post some early before and after photos of the back yard but it won't let me - sorry girls.