Saturday, 2 March 2013

Weekend Cooking

I don't know about you but during the week our kitchen resembles a cafe. Everyone needs to eat at different times, early because of football, late because of band. Sometimes I'm tired and can only face making myself a bowl of cereal after I have sorted everything else out. Lazy I know!

I am usual trying to diet/not be greedy on weekdays too so when the weekend comes around I can cook something a bit more ambitious than Shredded Wheat.

So here we have Delia's Twice Baked Roquefort Souffl├ęs and Nigella's Italian Apple Cake.
(Sorry about the dark picture!)

Tonight we have had a take away, followed by Walls Vienetta. Classy and retro!











8 comments:

  1. Both look yummy. Homemade is so worth it when you can be bothered. A well deserved take away me thinks! Love the napkins/serviettes xo

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  2. We seem to eat in shifts here and it will get worse as summer approaches. A slice of that apple cake for me please, it looks delicious!

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  3. Same here with the cafe kitchen Nick ... and with one fussy eater who won't eat vegetables (although he is a little better now) I spend ages concocting meals which have vegetables hidden in them ... it can be exhausting but I love it when a meal looks as yummy as yours and everyone eats it ... bliss :) ... hope you've had a really lovely weekend ... Bee xx

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  4. This post has made me hungry!

    I often seem to end up eating porridge for breakfast and supper so I know what you mean :)

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  5. Very nice pictures and gorgeous napkins. We don't eat together much during the week so it's important for us to try and eat as a family at weekends if we can. I know it's really bad of me but I love eating dinner with hubby when the kids are fast asleep and sharing some wine and having a lovely chat, without telling the kids to eat their veggies and mopping up spilled juice. :-)

    Gillian x

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  6. Wow, your apple pie and souffles look a-mazing! x

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  7. And what, may I ask, is wrong with cereal for tea?
    Cereal all the way for me too!

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