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On the Fifth Day: Eat All the Things!!

January 5th, 2017 at 02:53 pm

That works out quite nicely, since that's what I've been doing. Today I used up the last of some sad veg to make a soup (that'll be our dinner) plus I made pancakes, scones and flapjacks - although I must have used too much golden syrup because they fell apart. We're going to have them with milk now, like granola.

I think we've used up most of the good stuff now, which is why I did some baking today. I need to think about what I can put together for work on Saturday.

I spent so long in the kitchen today. I've been nowhere.

NSD: 3/21

7 Responses to “On the Fifth Day: Eat All the Things!! ”

  1. ceejay74 Says:

    My English husband loves flapjack -- it was confusing at first because in America that's just another word for "pancake." So they were nothing like we thought they'd be! Delicious though.

  2. My English Castle Says:

    Yep, Sarah, that's me too. My husband is very good at "eating things up" so I've got bean soup going with lots of odds and ends in it. Fried rice tomorrow. Hmmm--I've got butternut squash and wild rice--maybe I should stuff the squash with wild rice?

  3. creditcardfree Says:

    We are about to be snowed in her in the Southeastern United States...I'm not running out to the store like everyone else. I'm eating what we have one hand.

  4. fern Says:

    what's the difference between a pancake and a flapjack?

  5. ceejay74 Says:

    In England, flapjack is a sort of oaty bar with golden syrup. (Golden syrup being kind of like, I don't know how to describe it, malty-flavored corn syrup?)

  6. VS_ozgirl Says:

    I think it's a great thing to eat up all you have. I have a friend whose pantry is filled to the brim with food, to me that's an absolute waste of money - especially if you have to toss it!

  7. alice4now Says:

    Thank you for clarifying the term "flapjack", I was indeed thinking of pancakes. I was wondering what happened to your pancakes to make them like granola Smile

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