11 February 2013

Leftover Dinner on Toast!



~  Menu  ~

Leftover Dinner on Toast
White Wine Spritzer
Last piece of Christmas Cake
Coffee

Last night was yet another case of me cooking myself too much salmon so I put the leftovers, including the peas, in the fridge and today folded the flaked fish and peas into some mayonnaise with a few drips of sweet chilli sauce.  I toasted a couple of slices of sourdough, bunged the stuff on top, put in under the grill and Robert is my father's brother!  (Not really).

So that was pleasant, as was lunch pudding - the very last piece of Christmas cake.


This was not, however, the last of our Christmas leftovers.  My real man insisted we buy pretty well the largest turkey on the planet despite the fact there are only two of us and I don't much eat meat.  This means he still has, I think, 4 Christmas dinners left. No picture of those leftovers but I thought I'd just show you this rather fabulous sausage sandwich he had for lunch; made on a stottie cake.


 In other news ...

~   Speaking of Christmas leftovers I have just finished off some Salted Caramel Cream - 5 weeks out of date and just as lovely as ever (its got lots of other ingredients in it so perhaps that's why it kept so well).

~   I am knee deep (no, not in snog* juice) in proofreading and its not much fun, I can tell you, or, to put it another way I am gobsmacked at how much work there is to do. It has to be finished within a few days so I will have to work really, really hard and that is why I'm not posting much these past few days.  Luckily it will be over soon because it has to be!


*  For the benefit of readers not in the UK this refers to an advert on the telly for Valentines cards.





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1 comment:

jill brock said...

Love your creativity with leftovers. Oddly enough they all sound delicious!