Thursday, January 28, 2016

28 Days Later ...

Hello Lovelies. It's been 28 days and I'm here to say that I'm alive and well, working lots of long, fun hours on my new projects. But the one thing I haven't touched yet, is building my new site, which I thought might be done by now but nope, not even close.

But enough about me. What's the last yummy thing you ate? Do tell. Do tell. Meanwhile, I'll catch y'all in another month, or by the very latest, spring.

Hugs & Bugs,
 -- Me

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  1. I had some really nice lemon meringue pie on the weekend! Thanks for the update and hope you're back regularly in the blogosphere soon.

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  2. Welcome back - briefly. I am glad that you are in productive mode.
    Salads still here. Mini fruit salads, green salads, and my version of a greek salad with feta and tomato and capsicum (three colours) and tomato (also three colours) and olives...

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    1. Hahaha, you crack me up and I love how much you love salad and fruit. Best stuff, ever.

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  3. A little veg tart, very scrummy :-)

    Ian

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  4. Good to see you, even briefly!

    I had French toast for lunch, which was yummy.

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    1. Thanks, William.

      Love me some French Toast.

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  5. It's so nice to see you here, Wonder Woman. The highlight of this week was a delicious cream of broccoli soup. Made me wonder why I don't make it more often!

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    1. Sounds yummy. I love broccoli. I love the stems too. My gosh, good eats.

      Why don't you make it more often?

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  6. Ivy! You've been on my mind. Good to hear from you.

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    1. Thanks for thinking of me, Alex.

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  7. Great to have you back, albeit briefly. Rachel and I enjoyed a quality gammon, chips and peas meal this evening!

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    1. If memory serves, I think that's pig but I'm not for sure. Does Little Alice like peas? As I type to you, the girls are eating frozen peas in a toy that makes them work for the treat.

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  8. Ivy! How nice to see a blog post!

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  9. good to see you pop in! Last thing I had were Oreos. yum!

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  10. Gosh, I can't think of a thing. :)
    Does cabbage soup count?
    Good to see your post - happy that you're busy and healthy!

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    1. It sure does count. Love me some cabbage soup. YUM!

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  11. Welcome back! Yay!

    The last yummy meal I had was some ginger chicken I made 2 nights ago.

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    1. Hello Birdie. You, I have been thinking of. Ginger chicken. Love it. Sounds great.

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  12. Hi human, Ivy,

    Thought I'd Whisk over and check out your pawst! Arf! You are a "site" for sore eyes.

    Nice to see you. The last yummy thing I ate was a deluxe doggy treat....

    Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses,

    Penny xx

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    1. Hahaha, deluxe doggy treats are the best. Thanks, Penny and puppy hugs to you :-)

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  13. Hello! Welcome back.

    For dinner I made roasted vegetables (eggplant, cauliflower, onions, and canned tomatoes) and served them over soft polenta.

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    1. Minus the corn, I love alll of that. Delish.

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  14. Nice to see you're alive and well! Last yummy thing I ate...a blueberry poptart. I know, not your idea of yummy, but it tasted good to me. :)

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    1. Glad to hear that your writing is going well. Have a groovy winter :-)

      PS: Tim loves the poptarts.

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  15. Good to see you're doing well. Hope your projects are coming along nicely! Take care of yourself friend :-)

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  16. Welcome back and roast lamb!

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  17. Hope you are well. I just finished the Bon Appetit 2 week food lover's cleanse and discovered many new foods including roasted root vegetables. I love me a parsnip. Who knew?

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    1. I'm a major veggie eater and here to tell you there are SOOOOO many choices out there, it will blow your mind. Enjoy your food journey.

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  18. Welcome back. Chicken Carbonara sandwich from Quiznos'

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    1. I never had Chicken Carbonara before. I don't even know what it is, but it's a fun name to say.

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  19. I made a killer bean soup this week. Easy peasy, but still delish.

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  20. I cannot tell a lie. I had cereal--the kind for little kids, and it was good. ;)

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    1. Tim likes some of those kinds of cereals too. And I laughed at the, I cannot tell a lie :-)

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  21. Something I came up with to up my bacon and eggs game for mum's breakfast:
    Two ceramic (about ten centimetre diameter) souffle dishes. A piece of bacon lining each - large part on bottom with long narrow wrapped around inside edge. Beat two eggs in cup and pour in. Crack intact third egg ontop. Repeat for both. Put a litre of water in a flatbed roaster and place in egg dishes. Cook on eight for about twenty minutes until water vanishes. Egg should have swelled up in cooked dome. Extract from souffle dishes liberating bacon with butter knife and top with some spicy tomato chutney. One each.

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    1. Ohhh, if I could eat bacon, I'd try that. Sounds yummy. And I love eggs with tomato. Did you make your chutney?

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    2. No. Store bought.
      Quick Home Chutney: pan roast 2 chillies, mango, onion, tomatoes. Cool and chop. Refrigerate for next day use.

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    3. You know what? That sounds like something I would love to eat and minus the mango, I have it all on hand.

      Thanks.

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  22. And I thought you were talking about the movie 28 Days Later. :) Glad to see you're still working on your projects. The last yummy thing I ate was pasta with prosciutto. Delicious!

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    1. That's exactly why I used that title, for that movie. I only saw the first one, but I still dug the title.

      How goes your writing?

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  23. Im happy you are OK dear I was worry by you the last days .
    Hugsand love!!

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    1. Hey Gloria. Hope your summer is going well and that you're eating lots of yummy bakes.

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  24. I missed this Ivy, had a bit of a problem in the home so not been reading many blogs lately. Glad you are well and enjoying yourself. Wishing you luck with all your projects.

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    1. I'm not reading blogs right now either, so I dropped you an email, not sure if you got it. Very sorry to here there was a bit of a problem at home. Hope things have cleared up, by now.

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  25. Hi Ivy, coming in here a bit late. They say better late than never, but I am not too sure about that, it depends.
    Glad all is well with you and hope to see you back some day.
    Last thing I ate - stewed apples (our own last year apples) from the freezer.

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  26. Hi Ivy!!! How are you?? I'm so glad you're still out and about.. I've just recently returned myself after a MUCH longer hiatus (4 years), and I had to stop in to say hello and thank you for checking in on me over the years. I'm sad you're not as active, but glad you have so much on the go! I've missed you!

    Last yummy thing I ate... maybe a mustard fried double cheeseburger... I'm not afraid to admit it! ;)

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    1. I'm very good, thanks for asking. Great to see you again. Four years? Wow. What made you come back?

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  27. Hugs and bugs oh you're so sweet whisky
    last goodie: carrot cake, of course I
    didn't make it you have to teach how you know that, come back

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    1. Thanks for stopping in, Lorraine. I enjoy non-sweet carrot cake. How do you enjoy yours?

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  28. I don't even know the ingredients, or tools I'm a total kitchen/cooking idiot

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    1. Hey Girl. What's the last thing you baked or cooked?

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  29. I did once tried mixed overripe banana with an egg..almost tasted like pancakes of course I put syrup on it..I can cook, baking is another story all together and it's only me here and my three cats and you know they like their own food ;) you should write a very very easy to understand baking, as in Baking For Dummies/especially Lorraine, I bet you'd make a fortune, do it Whiski we'll both be popular...well you''re already popular I just post photos...
    but today's pretty cool, I gotta say

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    1. Yum on the nanners. We just picked up more last night. Have you ever made banana ice cream? So yummy.

      With regard to baking, what's the biggest challenge you face, when you bake?

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  30. Hi there!! Nice to visit your site again (yeah, I've been busy and not blogging much). Food! You're making me hungry thinking about it. :) I made some gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free chocolate chip cookies. And they were actually pretty good! Take care! and best wishes for 2016. :)

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    1. Great to see you here, Carol. Many good wishes for your writing and yum, on your bake.

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