I was trying to be a kind as I could; George Clooney was smothering me with kisses and begging me, almost weeping; “I have to have you or I will simply die!” As I pushed him away, Stavros the Grocer arrived with my weekly delivery and began to apologise for having no fresh bok choy. Then Wilson, the Labrador from next door, wandered in and peed on the carpet …
And there you have a perfect lesson on why it is a bad idea to go to sleep to soon after supper. A heavy belly will give you the strangest dreams.
On a roll with my wraps, I decided to make a mutton and butterbean tikka curry for supper. I found a better recipe for the wraps here (doesn’t need eggs and delivers a much lighter wrap):
I met Jenny Morris through blogging and she’s become a dear friend over the past three years. We planned a trip to Morocco last year, which sadly didn’t happen and this year, again, I can’t accompany her on her tour of China. (My mother-in-law’s precarious state of health makes any long-term plans impossible).
Through Jenny, I was introduced to food writer Jackie Passmore’s book ‘Curry Kitchen’; if you like your spice, I can recommend this book.