My English friends who have lived and shopped in London feel that it is up there with the best merchants.
I am disappointed in their soap...
is it the soap or is it the way that I am using it?
Calling all experts...
here's the soap
all wrapped up in a pretty package
and now look...
personally I think this is hideous looking soap and I am going to chuck it in the garbage
it sits in an english china soap dish with raised ridges to give it a chance to dry between uses
Is it the soap or is it the dish?
What is the problem here?
Please let me know if you have the answer as this is really bugging me.
There are very few pet peeves of mine but this is up there with rudeness
and those annoying sticky price stickers that will not come off of glasses and other things that one buys.
I dislike wasting food and those items that don't get used up before their expiration dates.
Which brings me to the eggnog that is about to get tossed...
Did you know that you could use eggnog for something other than sipping?
I have sampled French Toast made with eggnog and it's delicious.
So in the spirit of thrift. waste not want not...
I went online and found an eggnog loaf recipe which I made this afternoon...
It went together very quickly and baked in the oven for 50 minutes.
I will wrap these up and store them in the freezer
later when I am busy
I'll have something tasty to share with friends and family.
The Humble Bungalow is a busy place these days.
More workers on the scene, dust seeping upstairs.
More next week and the reno is coming along nicely.
I'll be taking photos one day soon.
I am cooking a roast beef and yorkshire pudding with veggies tonight.
Mr. HB's sister and Mother will joining us for dinner.
SIL lives near the Alberta border and is in town for a reunion.
Must get busy and get cooking...
I'll be wearing an apron so there will be no OOTD images today!
Have a great day.