Too good to miss! I had to reblog this yummy recipe from Homemade With Mess and will probably be serving this recipe to my kids soon. If you haven’t seen her blog before, I highly recommend you check it out!
Homemade With Mess
As you will all know, I do love my wraps and am always looking for new and exciting things to stuff them with. I considered whipping up an omelette wrap but spotted a lonely, on the verge of stale wrap on the side that just couldn’t go to waste; so hey presto! The double layered wrap was born! This recipe has to be up there with best; so if, like me you are a wrap and roller then this just has to go on your to-do-list.
- 1 red onion – finely chopped
- 60g chorizo – chopped
- ½ yellow pepper – roughly chopped
- 5 piquant peppers – quartered
- 50g feta cheese
- 2 eggs – beaten with a twist of salt and pepper
- Pea guacamole (see recipe)
- 1 x 12” wrap
- Tomato ketchup
Heat a frying pan to a medium to high temperature and fry the chorizo until it has seeped most…
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It’s been an interesting week of highs and lows, to’s and fro’s, and I am happy to say the lows are receding like a tide after full moon. I await the second wave of proverbial brown stuff hitting the fan, but hey-ho, that’s life.
My confession for this week is…
Hmmm, let me think…
Fun or serious?
Well I have had way too much serious so I will go with fun.
My confession is that I once managed to scoff up two cans of baked beans all on my own! Not a great feat, but still something I don’t just share with anyone. I go through phases of extreme hunger and can eat anything in front of me, but cravings win over and I tend to over-indulge. Baked beans is pretty tame though.
What are your secret cravings or indulgences? Do you have a sweet tooth or a savoury palate?
Hmm, now I’m thinking of gherkins with ice cream! Yum! Don’t knock it till you try it. 😉
Share your favourite meals with me and let’s see how many people have the same tastes.
Pic credits go to zazzle.co.uk and quickmeme.com
As this is our first mid week break, I thought it would be nice to sit back and enjoy…chocolate! After all the lovely Christmas pressies and chocolate themed gifts, I’m finding it hard to resist temptation. From the light swirls of creamy milk chocolate to the rich dark depths of delicious temptation, we have them laying about the house, crying to be eaten. It would be a shame to let them go to waste so I have to be brave and sample a different type each day. Continue reading
What a special Wensfriesday it is! For myself and my family, the excitement begins today. Baking started two days ago with delicious home made goodies filling the empty cake tins and biscuit boxes we have kept all year long.
This year we have decided to make special hampers for each family and will be filling them with the goodies we have made. From bags of candy floss (yup we bought a candy floss machine!) to home made chocolate brownies, shortbread, Christmas sweets and cheese straws, we hope to bring some Christmas cheer to all our family with a home made touch. We can spend a fortune of presents they don’t want or need but I hope making an effort will mean more this year.
The children have all chosen something to add to the hamper, though I am battling with the youngest who feels that playing minecraft is far more important! The battle continues…
The Hubble has decided to make special Goan sweets (his family comes from Goa) and his speciality, eggnog. It’s delicious and with added rum, a bonus at the end of a long day of baking and creating.
We have our menu ready for Christmas Day too. Unfortunately my mum is not showing signs of improvement and might not be able to join us at home. But all will not be lost because we can always go to her and take her a warmed plate of Christmas dinner. It won’t be the same as having her home, but thank God we still have her here to celebrate with us.
I’d love to hear from you. What special plans do you have for Christmas? Do you make special treats and what’s your favourite recipe? I’m not a fan of Christmas pudding and prefer a nice cheesecake. What do you like? Don’t be shy, let me know! I love hearing from my readers. 😀
On the author front, I’ve finished my quota of personalised Christmas books for the year and hope the children enjoy them. It’s been great fun sending my special readers off on adventures to save Santa and his friends. I even had a return customer from last year which made me hopeful that my books are enjoyable enough to want another for this year!
Next year is going to be exciting with two adult books close to the editing stage and new ideas for children’s stories champing at the bit to be written.
The reassurance of of readers helps and I hope to reach more readers in the future (yes I’m looking at you with pleading eyes!). I have to commit to a more aggressive marketing plan. Yes, I can hear the laughter from here. Me…aggressive selling…hahaha! Well, if you feel like supporting me, please spread the word about my books or leave a review on my Amazon page. Ask for a copy of any of my books in your local library and make my Christmas wish come true! I will be eternally grateful.
Whatever you’re doing this festive season, keep well and stay safe. Sending you all festive hugs and special Christmas Spirit to light your way to the new year! xxx
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