Quite a few celebrity chefs are featured, and a whole lot of Fair Trade.
This is where the Good Book Cookbook lives, although I had it off the shelf for cheese making when I took the photos last week. Penny wanted to know what else was in the WWJE book - lots of healthy veg, fish and olive oil recipes, basically, Penny!
The scruffy end includes Ben's famous jam making book, re-bound, alongside his slo-cooker one
in a matching folder. We gave the boys the orange recipe folder for Christmas, to store their increasing selection of recipes. Looks like I need to take a lesson from them in storing loose papers...Avert your eyes if you like clean cook books! This is probably the most-used page of any of our books. It's a guide to times and temperatures for roasting meat, and comes from a book my mum gave us when we got married nearly twenty years ago. I can't remember numbers to save my life so I refer to this literally evey time I roast meat!
I've had a good day today - I am getting better and even managed a one-hour lesson today (a trial run to see how it went - I go back to the doctor tomorrow for some test results). This afternoon I met up with another blogeuse (it gets feminised in French) from the Toulouse area, which was great - we are both doing the Challenge of the Utmost Kind!