Category Archives: Godrevy
This afternoon I baked another pudding, Lemon Surprise, where the surprise is that, after pouring the loose batter into the dish to bake, it magically turns into a sponge with a delicious lemony sauce underneath. I made it for our lovely neighbours and we swapped it for some bio-char to put on the garden to help things grow!
A very windy walk this afternoon but still, of course, beauty to be found.
We have just arrived home from a fabulous gig – Ralph McTell at the Hall for Cornwall, memories of the old days at a folk club when we were very young and just as good as ever!
The tulips that I was given over a week ago are fading but still lovely.
We had scrambled eggs for breakfast this morning as I blew the eggs for my Easter treat for the Grandchildren, two of whom arrive tomorrow evening. Here I am filling the shells with chocolate the way my Dad did for us. I will let you know how they are received on Saturday morning.
It was full tide at Godrevy and the waves were crashing magnificently, almost obscuring the lighthouse at one point.
My beautiful and very talented friend, N, made this delightful felted picture of one of our favourite places, Godrevy.
It is where I would rather be today whereas I am nearby in St Michael’s Hospital having my hip replacement done. In four days I should be home and becoming increasingly mobile!
Just us this Christmas for the first time since we were married! After Birthday Breakfast – not mine but in honour of Daughter No 2 – we went off to Godrevy. For lunch we had Smoked Salmon and Prawn Stack, one of my recipes. We thought we really should do it ourselves as 1,788 people have looked at the recipe in December and it comes at the top of a Google search! It was delicious, of course! Now the goose is just out and resting so there won’t be another chance to post tonight – So, Happy Days to you all, my lovely readers.