We had the Maple, Thyme and Butter roast chicken today, recipe from Kaleidoscope of Colors OMG it was good, I was concerned that it might be too sweet but it was just delicious. I did roast potatoes, carrots, swede and wilted chard with it and made a little gravy with stock from the freezer. I have saved all the pan juices and they will be put with some belly pork on Saturday with a bit more Maple Syrup and some soy sauce.
Now for the plea for help and advice.
I am new to blogging and stumbled through the set up procedure more by luck than judgement, i want to make it easy for anyone who may want to follow. I have the follow by email but would like an alternative, what do you recommend and how do I get it?
I am not embarrassed to ask, at 61 I have asked for help more times than I have had hot dinners, well perhaps almost as many times. Now if anyone wants a foolproof cake recipe, or any other recipe I am your woman, I learnt to cook at my Grannies elbow, standing on a stool for the first few years although as she was only 5ft and a whisker I was off the stool by the age of 8.
You may have noticed that I tend to run on a bit, all my family can talk the hind leg off a donkey, I blame my genes.
I look forward to lots of help. TTFN Pam
WOO HOO, I did it, I was chewing this over and remembered that one of the blogs that I follow, Sew Many Ways, give tips on blogging, I paid a visit followed the instructions and Bob's your uncle. Mind you I am still hoping for advice on all aspects of blogging.
Hopefully my camera situation will be resolved soon and I will be able to bombard you with pictures as well as words. TTFN Pam