Maus and I have been busy of late (when I say busy, remember, everything is relative) so we decided we needed a break. Maus chose Augusta, a coastal town 1½ hour drive south west of us. We had a fab time.
We stayed at the local hotel (which is not recommended but was adequate). When booking in, Maus picked up brochures for local whale watching tours. I have had whale watching on my “must do list” for quite a while. We had intended to go to Albany later this winter for that purpose. I didn’t even know that you could go whale watching from Augusta. Continue reading
I mentioned in this month’s In My Kitchen post that I have been making a fab avocado smoothie on which I should do a post. Well, here it is. Continue reading
Doc did a post last week: Ever Heard of Migas?” “Well, no!” It appears that Migas comes in many forms but the Doc’s post was a Tex-Mex version. From what I could see, it looked like an up-market scrambled eggs. I was interested because its ingredients include Jalapeno chillies, coriander and tomatoes, all of which I have growing in my garden. You also need chorizo which I had in my freezer. It was meant to be! Continue reading
This is an old recipe. It comes from a book titled Natural Fibre Cooking by Karen Plageman. It is a small book, only 61 pages and not a picture in sight. Continue reading