On Saturday I had leftover rice from the previous day's rice dish (yes, the one that was supposed to use up my leftovers) so I decided to make rice pudding for lunch. It's called Unexpected Rice Pudding because, well, I wasn't expecting to have rice pudding in the middle of the day. It's a quick … Continue reading Unexpected Rice Pudding
On the rare occasion that we do have leftovers, Husband takes them to work for lunch. So I've never had to face the challenge of trying to make something new out of the previous night's meal. However, last night I finally got the chance: there was a thick slice of gammon that Husband had forgotten … Continue reading Got Leftovers?
Are you suffering from any of these problems: You have boring cushion-covers, Maybe you want to buy new ones but all the pretty ones are expensive, You have all those scraps of fabric that you don't want to throw away but have no use for, And it's Autumn so you need a project you can … Continue reading Make Some Owl-Friends
It turns out that knitting can help save the world! Not literally of course - the world's going to end, we can't change that - but it can make some people's lives better, which is pretty awesome. My first knitting project this Autumn was a pair of 'Fish 'n Chip baby vests' which will be … Continue reading Do Something Good
In the words of Still Remains: "The worst is yet to come, Days are getting shorter. (SHOOORTEEER)" from 'The Worst is Yet to Come' (album: Of Love And Lunacy) Yes folks, it's Autumn here in the Northern Hemisphere (for those who are geographically challenged: there are two hemispheres of the earth; when it's Autumn in … Continue reading Autumn is Knitting Season
Dear Reader, Thank you for visiting. I hope this blog-post finds you well. If you are interested in crafts, food, and DIY, this blog should be one of your best friends (not your absolute best-friend though, because that would be weird and you should probably try meet new people). I am a jeweller and silversmith, … Continue reading A Letter for You