Instead we were enjoying a Sunday at home, as you do. I actually did come into contact with some wine bottles. That is, I spent time washing, removing labels, ensuring we have empty wine bottles for when our next batch is prepared
My next call of duty reads like a thread on Facebook. She took a dozen eggs and then she did this. Click here to see. Well my darlings, you don't have to do any clicking. Because I will tell you here what I did. I took a dozen eggs, and I placed them in the oven. Here's a tip of the day for you. Heat your oven to 160 degrees celsius (sorry my Fahrenheit readers, you will have to Google the conversion), place a wet tea towel on a rack, followed by your raw eggs. Leave in the oven for 30 minutes. The result? Perfect hard boiled eggs and not one crack or exploding egg to be seen.
Next on our Sunday food trail was brunch/lunch/afternoon munch. Crumbed Eggplant (aka Aubergine), which we ate with Chili Sauce. For him, a strong, fiery Chili Sauce and for her, a sweet Chili Sauce
After all that wonderful lot, I feel like we had our own little private Farmers Market, right here at home