|I always have a seafood platter:|
wonderful, lots of things I wouldn't buy for home!
|The oysters were incredibly fresh|
|Crab and winkles (I think)|
|And my daughter chose this!|
She doesn't want the children's menu anymore
No more chips for her, just seafood!
|Of course, she decided she would prefer my crab|
so we swapped and I had more prawns!
|I must try piping mayonnaise!|
|And in any little town, you'll always meet the lady|
walking her goats!
|They were very sweet and placid!|
|Next time we went to eat, our daughter ordered|
her own 1/2 crab
|My husband and I both had oysters|
|And I ate Sea Bass|
|While he ate Monkfish!|
I hope, before we are midway through January, to write a post with my 'aims for the year' or some such!
Those of you who follow me on Twitter though, will know that my cooking is on hold, while I wait for my darling new dog to come home!
He is gorgeous... a rescued greyhound. Tall, dark and handsome! I am collecting him on Friday, so please keep your fingers (and toes) crossed that he can cope with life outside a kennel and is happy to be a family dog.
He wasn't very good at posing today at the kennels, but here he is!
If you are ever considering adopting a dog, then do consider a Greyhound. We have had two, they are gentlest of creatures, and so laid back! Its more like a large cat in the house, then a comparable sized dog.
Our dogs have come from Hersham Hounds, you can follow the link here. If you want a dog, have the space, you live in London and don't drive, then I'll be happy to help you get to Hersham and see these wonderful, beautiful, perfect creatures. You will fall in love!