|This is the Journal of (Mahatma) 2legs - Resident loon and Cloud Cuckoolander -- Bliss is folding towels.|
<< As I had to tell my butcher....
Tin foil hats, and gnomes and things, and other fancy stuff. >>
looky looky looky!
its Unknown Visitor ...
Once apon a time, in a spare room, just over there, lived Greg the chinchilla, look at Greg dance, dance Greg Dance, dancing Greg, look;
Anyone got any bacon?
sausages.. in my fridge... I bought today... I like sausages... Absolutely dead in town, and with the sun putting in an appearance almost felt spring-like at times... really quiet though, hardly any people about in the shops, or cafes, and virtually no traffic either (though that may be down to the gas works going on and the closed off streets round the centre of town) Had lunch out Oh, and bought mushrooms, chillies, ginger and coffee beans too, as well as the sausages Time to shower though, first then, and only then, can I create something for dinner, with some of teh sausages... Might do bulghur wheet, and do the sausages in 'gravey', with some of the mushrooms, onion, garlic, maybe a chilli and a bit of ginger, plus some fennel seeds and a drop of chicken stock Will do some extra bulghur wheet, so there is a bit left over for tomorrow, which I'll throw into a tin of sour rhy soup, maybe along with sausage, or Polish smoked ham, and things... I may be going to my first ever, maybe last school reunion, at the end of Febuary due to the strange coincidence of being messaged on twitter, yesterday, and bumping into someone I'd not seen in twenty years on the train Monday, on my way back to Cambridge I can't even remember more than a handful of names from the class... year one at primary school hmmm... right, time to shower .
I'm not surprised that your sausages were dead in town, that's normal isn't it?
Sausages sound good, 2legs. Has your plumber finished?
The plummer was going to finish today.
He never turned up. It'll all be finished by Christmas!
Sausages are always a practical purchase. I try to keep some in my freezer.
I had sausages today for second breakfast (or maybe it was first lunch). With eggs, in a lovely big long floury roll. It was so tasty I told the woman who made it how gobsmackingly delicious it was, which made her so happy she gave me a free coffee and chocolate bar. It's always good to show the chef you're appreciative!
They were very very tasty sausages and half of them left for another day
I useually have sausages in the freezer too, but I've not done a supermarket shop since last August, and I tend to stock up with freezer things from the supermarket
They were pork and sage (saige?) very tasty four of them, fried, then I threw in mushrooms and onion and garlic and fennel seed, and black pepper, then some chicken stock and liquid, and cooked up some Bulghur wheet whilst that was doing
Kept half the bulghur back for tomorrow, may add it to a soup for dinner Can't decide if I should freeze the other four sausages, or not... may think about doing myself a tode in the hole maybe on Friday night or just stick em in a sandwich/roll for lunch
>> It'll all be finished by Christmas<< - he didn't say which Christmas, did he?
Exactly! And, he never* said it'd be done by Christmas... he said it'd take about a week ... that was in September... or October... I forget which
I started the 'It'll be finished by Christmas', line, when talking to my Dad.... as he pointed out, as you djust did, I never stipulated which* Christmas I was refering too
Just made myself £15 : by bagging up some twenty and ten pence pieces that had been lurking on the shelf/top box in my wardrobe for ages that oughta buy a few more sausages
KB, are you a Hobbits?
Let's just say we share certain traits!
Sausages and plumbing in the same thread?
The sausage wasn't in a 'thread'...
toast and Polish ham for breakfast.... The remaining sausages are really very tempting though, as a lunch idea
No sausages left! Had two of them last night, fried, then sliced up, threw in a ton of diced/sliced mushrooms, then tipped in a tin of Polish soup (may have been something involving peas, not really sure...) and then threw in the last of the bulghur wheet very tasty and quick
The final two sausages made it into the frying pan, today, with a couple of eggs (only hens eggs this time), to accompany some toast and butter, for my lunch/breakfast
Polish soup... that would be Cream of Pledge with J Cloth croutons, would it?
just made bread rolls, for the first time.... since about september