We have been watching a Swedish crime series on the T.V called Arne Dahl I like watching
dramas from other countries and I think you become more engrossed in them as you have to concentrate more.
Yesterday we had a quick look in a couple of the charity shops near us St Lukes and Bluebell Wood (which supports the local children's hospice) We had a go on the raffle in both and I got a fantastic little next jacket for £6 I'm so pleased with it. I always have a look if I'm passing but I don't just buy stuff for the sake of it.
I thought I could wear it at Christmas, I will wear the same dress I made for Christmas last year as it has only been worn once.
Really pretty lining too I like little details like that.
I also got a couple of books for my son who I am trying to encourage to get back into reading. At 13 he appears to have lost interest and the selection at the library for teens is a bit poor. Its all werewolves, death and vampires. I don't know how the two I picked up will stand up to the challenge but we will see.
They were 70p each and in good condition.
Today I was making the dinner and I decided to quickly make a gluten free cake for me. Everyone else was having banoffee cheese cake and sometimes I just want a desert, all the GF pre made stuff is such a rip off.
So like I said very quick...
Baileys & Sultana Cake
4oz GF flour
2 handfuls of sultanas (didn't weigh them!)
1 tsp mixed spice
1tsp baking powder
A glug of Baileys (about a double measure)
Splash of soya milk
Cream sugar and margarine, beat in the eggs, sift in dry ingredients, fold in, add the sultanas, Baileys and soya and give it another very quick stir. I have a loaf tin but it is a bit big for this mixture but never mind, in it went. In the oven at 200 for about 20-25 minutes.
Now it slopes a bit to one side due to wrong tin size, but it is really nice. I cut it in half so half can go in the freezer, had a slice straight way and wrapped the rest to go in the cupboard. It will not win any beauty contests but it's cake.