Over the years, we’ve kept a record of our summer holidays. Sometimes in scrap books, sometimes in photo albums, and there have been a few videos. Some of these items have been quite elaborate and they are lovely to look
Here’s some of the things I did this week. I blogged … I bought some spray satin varnish in a sale in Evans. I was a little concerned that the gouache that I had used to paint on pebbles might
I’m a bit sleep deprived so this one will be short. I had a most entertaining and enjoyable brunch with my step-mum Jane this morning and blogged about it here. This afternoon, I chopped and shaped. At some stage, this
I ate one and, as is customary, loved it. The latest edition of the breakfast blog is here.
I was in Derry last week, and stayed in the Bishop’s Gate Hotel. I blogged about one of my breakfasts. Read the blog here …
Yesterday morning, Christine and I breakfasted in Cinnamon in Ranelagh. It was an expensive but unexceptional breakfast. You can read about it here. Today’s creative efforts included writing that blog, playing the ukulele and practicing some strokes with the Chinese
Made it. Ate it. Blogged about it.
Christine and I ate breakfast yesterday in place called Foam in Terenure. I blogged about it here.
Yesterday was busy: preparing, cooking, eating, drinking, playing games, walking, crashing out. Not much time for creativity. Stretching the point, though, I suppose I tried a few new things in the kitchen. The red cabbage recipe was a new one
The latest entry in thebreakfastblog.ie.
For my breakfast blog, I visited the Cracked Nut on Camden Street on Friday, had a breakfast burrito, and blogged about it here. Yum.
Not a carving this time. A new entry in thebreakfastblog: Wooden Spoon, Blackrock. Tasty.