Yep, it’s that time of the week again!
I do love What I Ate Wednesday, I know some people find it a bit strange but for me, not only does it give me the chance to be nosy about everyone’s eating habits but it also lets me find new bloggers. And not only that, it is also a great break in the middle of the week for me. I like having something to make me stop in the middle of the week. It’s a kind of focus. And it brings a sense of community.
Plus let’s face it, I love taking photos of my breakfast
And breakfast this morning was delicious. Weetabix mush, of course. Topped with juicy raisins and sultanas and a sprinkle of granola. So good. I could probably eat this all day everyday. And I’ve never had such sumptuous raisins.
Breakfast was served with a side of… my Kindle.
And in a few days, when I’ve finished it, I will share with you the book that I am currently devouring. I love it. I think everyone should read it.
Today was my penultimate day with Tom and we had a really lovely day. He came over for lunch.
(I’m afraid this photo’s a bit rubbish because apparently I don’t know how to work the camera on an iPhone properly!) But this is leftover vegetable biryani with a dollop of mango chutney. It doesn’t look very colourful but I promise it tastes really good.
This afternoon Tom and I went to the cinema (thank you Orange Wednesdays!!) to see the new Sherlock Holmes film.
It was really good – as most of the Sherlock Holmes films are. Perhaps a little more violent than the previous film but full of the same hilarity! I love the relationship you have between Holmes and Watson throughout the film – it’s so funny and sweet and kind of touching at the same time. And although the women never play a very large role I like their characters. The twist at the end, although in a way kind of predictable, was satisfying. I won’t reveal more in case you haven’t seen it but it’s very “Sherlock Holmes”! Definitely worth a watch if it’s your sort of thing.
This evening we had one of my favourite healthy dinners:
It’s essentially spicy noodles with spring cabbage. It’s simple, not many ingredients involved. It’s fairly quick and easy to make (quick if you’re faster than chopping veg than I am!). And it feels healthy and light which is great in the evening.
Now I am exhausted and it’s an hour later than I intended to go to bed so I’d best say goodnight!
I hope you’re all having a great week
What’s the best thing you’ve eaten recently?
Any quick, easy but still super tasty dishes that you always go to for a good dinner?
Seen any new films or read any new books lately?
P.s. Don’t forget to like my new facebook page, it’s looking really lonely at the moment