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pikelets and chocolate

October 13, 2012

The lovely Ursina has gone back to Switzerland. This is the beloved’s photo of her and Arlo having breakfast at some ungodly hour – it was dark!! The cereal of choice is sugar puffs washed down with a cup of tea.

Yesterday evening we had eaten pikelets (the Welsh version of drop scones – 4oz self raising flour, 1 egg, 10fl oz milk  whisked together, left to settle for a bit and then spoonfuls cooked on the lightly greased Aga simmering plate (or frying pan) until bubbles appear, then flipped over). It had been a bit of an odd meal eaten in shifts – Rella and Ursina first before they bothwent out on the (diffferent) town, then the beloved Arlo and me. There was still some mixture left over.

Arlo had wanted some for breakfast, but at 6.30am I didn’t feel like cooking pikelets so this evening, after having come home from a birthday party,  Arlo cooked pikelets and had them with melted Toblerone chocolate – courtesy of Ursina. It all looked very tasty. Too dark for a photo though.

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