Mondays dinner plate looks a little sparse, as usual , but I’m not worried… its grocery shopping day tomorrow. Back to the old list of what we can and cant eat again… as the cupboards are virtually bare. Actually I’m quite relieved, all this ‘foreign’ (LOL) food we were given on or around Christmas can get us into bad habits. BACK TO THE GOOD OLD RATION!
Ooooh and if any recipe doesn’t have a link to it its because we haven’t done it yet… don’t worry we will be, and I’ll attach the link/ post as soon as its done.
Dinner: Ham and Cheese night… this is to alleviate the pressure on the meat ration. Depending on time we’ll either have some of our ham/ cheese rations on toasties (quickest), Tortillas (easier than you think) or on a pizza (doesn’t sound 1940’s BUT all the ingredients would have been around in WW2… pizza wasn’t really eaten as it was considered ‘foreign’ food)
Pudding/ baking: Trench cake (egg-less)
Dinner: Woolton Pie
Pudding/ baking: Egg-less, Fat-less Walnut cake
Dinner: Locally produced Sausages, beans and mashed potato
Pudding/ baking: Carrot Buns
Dinner: Fish and Chips
Pudding/ baking: Gypsy creams (gloriously easy and egg-less)
Dinner: Skinny Pies or Pasties
Pudding/ baking: No egg chocolate brownies
Dinner: Minced (local) Beef and seasonal vegetables
Pudding/ baking: blancmange … just because its easy as well as tasty.
Dinner: Vegetable-roll with potato pastry
Pudding/ baking: leftovers