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Culinary worries, and a satisfying resolution. [Jan. 13th, 2010|07:19 pm]
Douglas Spencer
I was looking at my dinner tonight, big soup with five different vegetables and a half-dozen scallops (which I wouldn't have been able to serve while Julia was here), and I realised to my horror that there were no carbohydrates in it -- no noodles or anything like that. Oh no! What about the fuel my body needs to keep itself warm?

And then I remembered that I had a dozen hot-cross buns (half-dozens on BOGOF at Sainsbury's), so the imminent disaster has been rewarded.

Mmmmm, hot cross buns. And lots of butter.

[User Picture]From: deborah_c
2010-01-13 11:43 pm (UTC)
They were in our local Tesco rather before Christmas, which I did think was a bit unseasonal...
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