Well done Andy, you fought well and it is nice to see you return to form.
Whilst the oven was on for making some potato wedges and an impossible quiche (recipe on tab above) for tea, I took the opportunity to make a half sized soda bread as we have finished our normal bread:
I had some crème fraiche left over so that went in, instead of cream. I also used up most of the rest of the vegetables left from this week which included, courgette, pepper and mushrooms. The last 3 small carrots and a bit of the white cabbage went into the coleslaw!
The vegetables have almost gone that were purchased as part of the £20 per week food challenge for 2 people, just enough left for the soup above plus some slaw for the final tea.
This is the end of our food challenge for a week. It was a bit meagre on the fruit and vegetable front but overall, we felt full and well fed. We even managed to bake a small war time fruit loaf!
We enjoyed the challenge so much, we are going to do another week! I am not sure you could keep this up for too long and still be able to eat healthily. Food staples would rapidly disappear from the store cupboards and would need a big shop just for them.
Some people however, do have to do it and stick with tinned and packet goods and I for one, take my hat off to them.