Sunday, September 06, 2015

Here's What's Going in the Big Oven

Click the video to see what's going in the big oven. Super simple and delish (it's raw so, vegheads and cupcakes, please look away).

And for dessert, some kind of pear bake. Not totally sure what yet, but I know it'll be topped with homemade maple caramel.

That's a wrap, folks. Two ovens on again, back from Barnes and enjoying the rain. I dunno about you, but Tim and I love rain-filled Sundays.

PS: What's for supper at your pad?





24 comments:

  1. Homemade spaghetti ... my Friend and his girlfriend were good enough to do so,... and he even brought me a beer as well...

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  2. Dinner looks delicious!
    We had eggs, sausage and hash browns.
    Hubby likes breakfast for dinner. Me too, so easy to make and get back to writing.

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    1. We love breakfast for supper too. Yum. How goes your writing today?

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  3. I was lazy and ordered Chinese food.

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  4. Your supper looks amazing! I made chicken fried rice with green beans and red peppers, it's pretty good!

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    1. I should have taken a shot when it was done baking. We done finished it now, already put away.

      Love me some green and red peppers. Yum.

      Any desserts?

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  5. We are having a cajun alfredo ziti bake thing with andouille chicken sausages, peppers, kale, kidney beans, diced tomatoes, peas and spicy alfredo sauce. Nice lookin' bird!

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    1. I've never had that before. Sounds yummy.

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  6. This is my kind of supper, Ivy, it looks fantastic! :)

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  7. That was some good looking chicken Whisk!

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    1. I should have shot the after photo.

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  8. Well I had a baloney and cheese sandwich and lots of ice cream, which i can't eat when I'm sick, so today I'll smarten up !, lol well I hope

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  9. this reminds me of our xmas day lunch/diner which was cooked much the same way with same ingredients but using 6 small cornish hens instead! It was one of the best meals ever...! And we rarely cook. I'm sure yours was even better!

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    1. I want to try cornish hens. You are the second blogger to mention them. Sounds like something we would enjoy.

      How come you guys rarely cook?

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  10. Does look tasty Ivy.
    We had chicken wrapped in bacon, with cabbage, courgettes and mashed swede. Now you may call courgettes zucchini and swede turnip ??? I'm not sure.
    But our meal was delicious.

    Hope Monday is going well for you.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Sounds like you ate a yummy meal, too.

      Cool beans.

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  11. I'm having lasagna and garlic bread tonight.

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