So here's today's post. Something yummy...
Beans on Toast! My way :-)
1 tin of beans (Haricot, broad, whatever type you like best)
A small onion
Thai Sweet Chili sauce
Vegetable stock roughly 75ml
Cherry Tomatoes chopped in half
Bread (you choose the type).
Right, cook your onions in a frying pan. After a minute or two add the mushrooms, peppers and courgettes. Cook for a couple more minutes. Then add the vegetable stock, tomatoes and beans. The stock should begin to bubble nicely. Put your bread in the toaster. Add the sweet chili sauce to the pan, stir and leave the sauce to reduce for a minute or two. Once almost all the stock has boiled away pour the vegetables onto your toast.
Wednesday, 11 January 2012
I don't know if you chanced a visit to the cinema to see the film Hugo, but if you haven't, or even if you have, I can heartily recommend the book it's based on 'The Invention of Hugo Cabret' by Brian Selznick. It's a beautiful, beautiful hard backbook. A story told part in text and part in lovely charcoal pictures. No wonder it was picked up to make a film from. I've really enjoyed both. Both are visual treats and the story is lovely too. Check it out, I promise it's worth your while.
Friday, 6 January 2012
Well, Happy New Year to you all!
I'm sorry I haven't posted here much, but if you head over to my facebook page, there are plenty of updates to keep you entertained!
Today I'd like to talk about that very thing, various media. I don't post here very regularly but I do update my faecbook and my Twitter all the time. In the same way I follow Philip Ardagh on Twitter, yet I've never read any of his books. I follow him in one media but not in another. Not yet anyway, however I will be reading his books when I get chance as his tweets are simply hilarious. Or at least, I think they are. All you twittererers can follow Philip here; @PhilipArdagh
So you can see what I'm talking about. None Twitter people, well why not check out his books or one of his other media outlets. Multi-format, that's the way forward :-)