Rewind a few hours.
I have been looking at gluten free food for a few days and came across a recipe for pancakes without flour. They are simply 1 decent sized banana mashed within an inch of its life, it needs to be well ripe, with 2 eggs whisked into it.
Then you simply pour dollops of the batter into a heated and oiled pan and proceed as for dollar pancakes.
As you can see my dollars are not at all round, I cooked them on a medium heat till the edges were set and dry bubbles formed on the tops. About 2 minutes.
Then flipped them over for another 2 minutes, they smell wonderful.
I smeared mine with a dab of crunchy peanut butter and stacked them, then dribbled a touch more peanut butter on top. Delish.
There was enough batter for another 4 so that is what I had for lunch. Next time that I make them I will have some sliced strawberries with them.
Back to the day.
As it was not a morning to garden I made my bread and started working on my scrap vortex blocks.
I beavered away and made a tidy stack.
This is around a third of them, plus a small stack of pairs waiting to be joined. All was going well until when rummaging in my scrap bin I found a small piece of Cat Fabric. It was in a parcel of scraps that was sent to me, I had put off cutting into it as I like to wait until I am inspired. Well the Muse kicked me into touch and the scrap vortex was history.
I managed to fussy cut 6 cats and have made 4 of them into 8" by 10" blocks, the remaining 2 are started.
I love them, I have no idea what they will become and I do not really care. Making them into blocks is enough.
Ideas on a postcard............
I did manage to clear the kitchen and do the ironing as well.
I stopped here because I came to my senses and the sun was out and the garden was calling me. More on that next time as my tummy says it is time to get in the kitchen and sling hash.
ps. No telly tonight....stitchy time.