My Lovely Daughters

Both my girls are great, I couldn't ask for better. Emma still lives at home: Hannah in a nearby village.

I didn't realise at the time, but one of the hidden bonuses of her moving out is that when she visits for a meal she behaves like a 'proper guest' and brings her half-starved 18 stone dad a pressy!

On Saturday it was these:

Macarons in a tin

Given that she'd never made them before, and is new to baking, she's done a great job.

Macaron

I believe that she used this recipe from Delicious Magazine.

Now, I've just got to train her to brew beer!


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There are three comments

Robert

Oh my; you lucky sod. I check in every day to make sure all is well with this little slice of heaven my only problem is I just put on 10 lbs and I have to clean the screen

Robert, - 29-09-’11 01:35
NCPaul

The macaroons are perfect and perfect for a half-starved Dad! The beer making could be a team effort. I’m having a lot of fun learning how to do it.

NCPaul, - 29-09-’11 20:01
Phil

They’re yummy – but not good with a pint! I used to make beer, maybe I’ll give it another go.

Phil, (URL) - 30-09-’11 15:28

I'm somewhat incapacitated at present so replies may take some time. Please post urgent enquiries at the www.sausagemaking.org forum.

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