A busy morning, again, 3 loads of washing!! How can 2 people produce so much?
A little bit of gardening, mainly taking some strawberry plants in containers and a potted Magnolia Stellata to Jess, I don't have room for all the runners that I potted up last year and they will soon form a good sized bed for Jess, and I don't have a square inch for the Magnolia and it is desperate to get out of the pot and into some soil.
I found a new recipe for Chickpea curry in my Vegan with a vengeance book and started making it to the recipe, it didn't last long as I started looking in the fridge and found other things to add to it.
Then I made the base for an impossible quiche, I will finish that off later and it will make dinner for tomorrow with some salad and probably a couple of lunches as well.
My Howgate Wonder apple tree has been dispatched and will be here by Wednesday. That will be my fruit garden/orchard done, much as I would like more there is no space left. The lemon and the fig will be greenhouse plants from now as their outside space has been taken over.
I may put a couple of Kumquats in there later, depending on space, I do have strawberries planted for an earlier crop and they are staying kum quot may. (sorry about that it just popped out)
I am off to the local library this afternoon for the new Knit and Natter group so had to get a head start this morning.
I am off now to get my knitting ready and have a quick wash and brush up.
I made Chickpea curry for the first time a few days ago it was very good, I have never had a meat free curry before.ReplyDelete
I have made several versions, all good, this was just as tasty and very filling. I do not cook rice or naan for this sort of curry, it has enough carbs already.Delete
Hope you enjoy the new Knit and Natter-x-ReplyDelete
I did, more new friends made and 2 hours socking away, perfect afternoon.Delete
Have only just caught up with the ironing from the move, the washing and ironing is never ending.ReplyDelete
I long ago decided that washing and ironing creeps into the house when I am sleeping.Delete
The best chickpea curry we ever had was a few years back traveling through Canada. So good! Hope your new knitting group is fun.ReplyDelete
I am loving my experimenting with Vegan recipes. The new knitting group was good and hopefully will continue to be so.Delete