Sunday, 2 November 2014


Been a busy-ish Sunday. Gave a friend of ours a lift into Aldham Church. He has been recently widowed and has, also recently, given up driving - for reasons connected with this Anno Domini stuff they keep dishing out.  Read the first lesson, from Revelation. Pouring with rain when we got home, and drove Robert to his door - we'd all taken brollies. Then home, and the above lunch. Since we returned from Sweden we've started eating midday, with a light meal in the evening - seems to suit us.  The above photoed meal consists of chicken thighs, in egg coated with sage and apple, roast potatoes, roast parsnips, cabbage and mashed potatoes, with (top left) yellow pepper, roasted with blue cheese, breadcrumbs and chopped herbs inside.  Followed by apple sponge pudding with, of course, custard, then coffee followed by a quick zizz for both of us.  Been in the workshop since wakening, getting ready for Long Melford.

P.s. Should have said - that was a glorious lunch!!!!


Z said...

It looks lovely. I cooked a proper Sunday lunch today too, and the eating of it went on for hours!

Lori Skoog said...

I wish I had been there for that lunch. Love every single thing on the menu! We sould start having our main meal in the middle of the day...very smart.

Mike and Ann said...

Hello Z. It was lovely, thank you. It's always good to relax over a well cooked meal.

Hello Lori. We wish you had been there for that lunch; especially as there had been rather tooooo much for the two of us.