Monthly Archives: May 2011

day 30, tuesday

Another busy day. Another early start. Today was the first time we cooked beef since we started the course and we all cooked steak – for our lunch of course – and we had to say how we had cooked … Continue reading

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day 29, monday

I thought April was the showery month! The weather was sunny this morning and then poured on and off all afternoon and after school we were back to sunshine! This is my walk to school every day and if you … Continue reading

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days 27 and 28

Saturday first. A lazy start – put on the laundry and then Margaret and I watched this week’s Grey’s Anatomy. I went into Midleton to the Farmers Market and bought some artisan cheese and smoked salmon to take home on … Continue reading

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day 26

Lots to do today so I left for school at 7.45am. I made white yeast bread, apple pie (which has a fancier name but my file is upstairs and I’m not) and cabbage, fennel and sultana salad. I didn’t have … Continue reading

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day 25

I had an early start this morning – I was at school at 745am so that I could make my brown yeast bread and lemonade as well as my lunch dishes which were Irish Stew and Sorrel, Tarragon and Swiss … Continue reading

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day 24

Wednesday, so it’s organic gardening day. Did I feel like getting up at 6.15 – of course I did! Actually made it in time to dump my bag at school too! We walked round to the greenhouse and had a … Continue reading

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day 23

I should have done this last night but it was such a long day I thought I’ll do it tomorrow. Today has been exactly the same! Anyway, let’s backtrack to yesterday. I made some seriously yummy chicken liver pate but … Continue reading

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