Monday, 29 November 2010

Routines

There is a rhythm and routine to Sundays during the winter. After walking the dog, I come home and bake bread.

This week:
Multiseed rolls

I then make a batch of soup

This week:
Curried parsnip and apple with parsnip crisps.

And finally I bake cake

This week:
Blueberry muffins

And there is a warm comfort to this winter routine. Plus of course, there is enough left over that it means there is something good for lunch on Monday too.

18 comments:

  1. That sounds like a good routine, everything looks so yummy! I really need to get round to making homemade bread again! :) x

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  2. I admire your enthusiasm for cooking and your family must be the best fed in blogland!! Me, I only have a kitchen because it came with the house....

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  3. Mmmmm, I like your Sundays! :)
    Vivienne x

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  4. It all looks very tasty!. I love Sunday's when I have time to do lots of cooking, unfortunately they are quite rare.

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  5. What a lovely routine, especially at this time of year. Everything looks and sounds delicious and it's a good job I don't know your address or I'd be banging on the door next Sunday!

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  6. Oh you are so organized. This sounds like the perfect winter Sunday routine. K x

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  7. How homely! Like the sound of your Sunday routine - any sort of routine would be good, life's gone a bit random here!

    Celia
    x

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  8. yummy..can I come to your house on a Sunday??
    Take care
    Jude

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  9. I like your routine, it's a good one. My Sunday routine is a few pints at the pub a big mac and a couple of games of bingo. Hahaha!!!! You know I'm joking ;-)

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  10. What a lovely lovely comforting thought.

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  11. agood routine and plenty of food !!!!

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  12. We love our routines too but I think I like yours better than ours - they're much more delicious!

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  13. Smashing blog. I love reading about food, it keeps me alive. Plus my wife is a coeliac and is very interested in food.

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  14. Hmmmm, you are taking me back in time with this post.

    Back in the 1970's, I always baked bread on the weekend, either Saturday or Sunday, and really had got the hang of kneading dough.

    Been so long now, and there is such a variety of fabulous bread available in New York, I don't bake bread anymore.

    Still...it was great fun, and nothing like the scent of those loaves in the oven. xo

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  15. I think I could manage to make the muffins! Neil is impressed, I'm not so sure he should be reading your blog :-)

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  16. Oh what a lovely routine - made my mouth water! Especially bearing in mind we have all this white stuff around so warm soup and homemade bread yummy!! I can use my breadmaker!!

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  17. i can tell your household will suffer through winter - what a feast!

    Like the look of parsnip soup - might have a go at growing them this year. this is great I can plant ahead to match your great menu ideas :)

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  18. That sounds like a very good Sunday plan Gina! I might take it up!
    x

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