Meet me – probably the most techno-thick-chick this side of Norfolk.
I cannot toggle the telly between the DVD and the TV, let alone programme the flippin’ video to tape anything. I’m constantly confused by the double light switch at the bottom of the stairs and I’m eternally grateful that the kettle has just the one on/off switch. Continue reading “Light and Shade: Me On…”
There won’t be a post from Tracey today as she’s all tied up getting ready for another week of interviews and public appearances. So instead I thought it would be a good idea to give you all an update of where and when you can catch a glimpse of our fabulous rubbish author.
Tune intoBBC Radio Somerset this morning between 9am and 10am as Tracey will be a guest on the Morning Jo show. If you go to the BBC Radio Somerset website you can listen in live or even listen later on in the day by clicking the ‘Listen Live’ and ‘Listen Again’ buttons in the right hand column.
6 weeks of no school has finally come to an end and as much as I love the short-Smiths, there’s only so much juggling a girl can take.
As I write my rubbish post for Wednesday morning, there’s a blessed veil of peace enveloping the house. It’s so silent you can hear the wind rustling past the razor-sharp creases of their new school trousers.
I’ve been quietly pondering for at least 5 minutes, wondering what to call this recipe and the best I can muster is, ‘Rubbish Flatbreads’.
Not because they are ‘rubbish’, quite the contrary, they are delicious and usually disappear off the plate as fast as I can cook them!
I often rustle them up with ingredients from what many people would throw into the bin; I happily use the leftovers from an earlier meal and this is how they’ve earned their trashy title.
If you’ve never made it before, bread can seem like the most terrifying of all things to cook. It uses yeast, yeast is live and if it all goes horribly wrong it couldexplode and line the walls of the kitchen! Eeek!
Actually, it’s nowhere near as scary and it certainly won’t explode, I promise you. But it might do a long slow rise and catch you out…like it did me…