I managed to get the car out as well, only a short distance but through heavy traffic and coped OK with the steering. Fortunately it was my right shoulder so no gear changes or handbrake to worry about. After I got home it ached and I felt tired so I guess there is still a way to go.
As you will have seen if you follow the bread blog, I made a Carrot and Coriander loaf as a sample for Oats,
I put it in with the order and got a call from Sally just after the shop opened. The general view was that there was not enough Coriander but that I was on the right lines.
Not only that, there was a QUEUE for the delivery!
|Sourdough Caraway Seed Sub Roll|
|100% Rye Sourdough|
Its nice to know that after a month, people still want my bread.
Changing the subject, I found a piece of Gammon reduced, 2.5kg for £ 8.80 and slow roasted it in Orange juice for three hours.
For the last hour I basted it with honey and when I carved it I had enough for 12 portions. That was enough for Roast on Sunday, Ham Egg and Chips on Monday, and 8 portions in the freezer. I do love a bargain.
Unfortunately I'm still getting a steady stream of rejections for my novel, perhaps there is a message there but I'm not going to stop sending it out. I've got a list of agents and I'm only on D!
Probably the ZZZZZ agency will like it. It would be nice, as I think I've said before, if there was more than just a "No thanks," after all how long does it take to add a comment to the e-mail. Even if it was only "Its C**p."
And with that thought, I'll be off.