So I had a really lovely pottering weekend. On Saturday morning I went to the Poster Art 150 exhibition, which is the London Transport Museum's poster exhibition to mark 150 years of the Tube. It was incredible with some really fantastic examples of posters. In the afternoon I sorted out the garden and did housework and then on Sunday morning I woke really early and went to the gym, I was in the gym at 7.50! That's how early I woke! In the afternoon I went to a Georgian Londoner's talk at the British Library which was really interesting but there was so much detail in the talk that it felt a bit like information overload.
I came back and made two quiches to use up the rest of a pot of creme fraiche as I hate any sort of food waste.
The first is a Goat's Cheese, Sorrel and Spinach quiche and the second is Quiche Lorraine. I made two mini versions of each, broke a quiche dish in the process and froze them.
This week is busy at work with lots of teaching and outside of that I have a trip to the theatre, an open evening and hopefully some relaxation next weekend.
Tuna Melt on English Muffin with Crisps
Sesame Chicken Pasta Salad
Courgette and Cheddar Soup with Bread
Game Casserole with Mooli Bake and Veg
Asian Salmon Bulgar Salad
Spinach and Goat's Cheese Pie with Salad
Chicken Fajita Wrap
Roasted Tomatillo Pasta
Pea, Crab and Orzo Salad
Hoisin and Honey Monkfish with Chinese Cabbage and Sweet Potato Mash (Leiths Fish Bible)
Courgette and Potato Pasty with Salad
Toad in the Hole/Sausage and Mash with Gravy
Turkey Burger with Crisps
Ham and Leek Crispbake with Salad