Down country lanes listening to 30's music on the car radio and keeping an ear open for the Sat Nav! from one extreme to the other....... But that is not the reason for this blog. The reason dangerous driving! Here we are stuck between a horse box with no brake lights and a range-rover towing a caravan in narrow roads and country lanes! We were over-taken by three cars and a motor-bike. Need I say more.........
Any vegetables you have in the veggie-rack/fridge. I used:~ 1 Swede 3 Very Large Carrots 4 Small Potatoes 1 Butternut Squash 1 Leek 1 Onion Mushrooms
2 Tins of Tomatoes (chopped)
1 good dessert spoon of Italian Herbs 1 dessert spoon of Worcestershire Sauce Ground Pepper
4oz/110grms Vegetable Suet and 8oz/220 grms Flour
Peel and chop the vegetables into about 2" pieces and put them all in a casserole dish with a lid Pour in the tin of tomatoes and then fill both tins with water and also pour into the casserole Add Italian Herbs, Worcestershire Sauce and Ground Pepper Put in the oven at 170 degrees, gas 3 and forget about it for a good couple hours THEN........... Mix Suet and Flour with water till a dropping consistency is acheived Put spoonfuls of this mix on top of casserole and cook for another 40minutes until cooked through Serve in warm bowls
This recipe serves four people or two meals for two people!
..................not in my case! Man and his radios - YES! This is a PYE QAC 38 of 1937 without its cover, the attractive bit you would see. It's on the test bench just having been fixed. (This is the bit where we wait to see if it goes off bang or not!) A living museum you may say, but we do listen to www.bbc.co.uk/radiowales Dewi Griffiths between 9.00am and 10.00 am on Sunday morning who plays music that would have been heard through these valves originally.