So, how have you left it?
As title really….me, been way to slack overall, but gained good info about me and my general laid backness(??). Bottom line is, need to pull my socks up and grab life by the horns. A family friend once said i have two speeds…slow and stop. I shall do my best to change that this year….been up till now kinda thinking about this but in a good way…nothing gets me down…buts thats half the problem.
If my life is gonna change, it’s down to me and no one else….i like that, but now i must act on it.
How about you guy and gals?Posted 7 years agoAdmiralableMember
i left some soup on the hob the other night, it went a bit brown and gloopy, tasted all right though.
or did you mean something else?
I misread that as soap for some reason and couldn’t work out why you were cooking soap.
This time last year I was panicked because of the imminent arrival of Baby Admiralable. But she’s as good as gold and I’ve taken to it like a duck to water. Albeit frozen water and fell flat on my face the first couple of months. But its all good now. Just need to calm the temper down at work and get my head down and earn more cash money.Posted 7 years agoIdleJonSubscriber
As title really
I’m sure that I’m not hung over but I have no idea what this thread means……
general laid backness(??)……… Bottom line is……….pull my socks up……….grab life by the horns. …………i have two speeds…slow and stop. …………thats half the problem.
Is it a secret cliche competition?Posted 7 years agoahwilesSubscriber
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What kinda soup was it ?
squash, parsnip, red pepper, baked beans (rinsed).
chop the veg into chunks, toss it in oil, roast it for 30-ish minutes, until the edges of the chunks start to go brown.
put the roast veg in a large saucepan, with half a tin beans, one or two vege stock cubes, some salt, pepper, and a bloody good pinch of ground chillies.
pour in hot water, and use a hand blender to get it mostly chunk free.
put the rest of the beans in, and heat through on the hob.
at this point it’s ready, but i left it on for another … ? … hours, until it went very gloopy, and had a brown skin on top.
i was hungry, so i poured in some more water, and mixed the ‘skin’ back in.
best batch i’ve ever made!Posted 7 years ago
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