For those who missed the catspam over the past couple of weeks, here’s double the cat for your catting pleasure.
This week, there was Batman action. But BB (Before Batman) there was NACHOS.
And then I had ice cream, with additional movie tax. This ice cream was so ridiculously expensive I’ve actually blocked the actual cost from my mind (it was something stupid like $6-$7). RIDICULOUS.
I had a scoop of the coconut seven layer bar, and lo it was good. Plus waffle cones are the best! So maybe it was kind of worth it? Ah wells. I know I’ll be suckered into another one next time we go to the movies.
The rest of the week was quiet… I think… Actually, we did go out one night but I didn’t instagram anything so it didn’t happen. :p
Later on in the week there was cheese and meat and snacks and rubbish talking.
And cannoli. Plus I made chocolate malt self saucing pudding.
Which I then proceeded to eat for lunch both yesterday AND today. Tsk.
I did eat something green for breakfast yesterday – so that negates the chocolate pudding lunch, right??
Alastair had French toast for breakfast – as I said on Instagram, I demanded that he pour the syrup more slowly so I could take an action shot. He was not pleased with me. In fact, I got a testy, “Who’s breakfast is this??” Hahaha.
Sucks to be you, honey. Mwah. :p
Last night Kat hosted Christmas in July.
Taz made this fantastic roast chicken – it was so moist and full of flavour.
Haz and Gaz made butter with a tiny bit of potato. (250g of butter to four potatoes…)
Ms Kat made lots of things – mulled wine, canapes, salad, burnt vegetables that were forgotten in the bottom of the oven… along with this awesome roast pork.
I made pork, pistachio and sage stuffing, which I didn’t take a photo of. It wasn’t the most attractive looking thing, so you’re not missing out on anything. It tasted quite good though.
I also neglected to photograph April’s pulled pork and tortillas – but they were ace, though not Christmas-y at all. Fail, April.
And Adrian brought along his signature trifle, which contained an epic amount of cream – over 1 litre, thank you very much.
I spent the rest of my weekend making pies for an upcoming post. I *really* wish I had a spork cookie cutter!
Okay, the end. Have a lovely week!