By Jan Eaton
Книга с узорами по вязанию спицами пледов, одеял, афганов. Разноцветная мозаика узоров, составленных из простых геометрических фигур. Превосходное использование остатков пряжи.
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They would go around to the grand houses, hotels and restaurants in the city, and collect the leftover food in big baskets. Much of the food would have been totally untouched and, once collected, the food could be rearranged on little plates and sold at the markets and even back into restaurants! The name ‘bijoutiers’ comes from the fact that the food was arranged on the plate to look like ‘bijoux’ – ‘little jewels’. Unfortunately these resourceful skills have not always been passed down through the generations and we now live in a largely ‘throw away’ society.
Tip Always store in an airtight container. See also Bananas. CHRISTMAS PUDDING (C) Quick and easy Slice the Christmas pudding and fry in a little butter. Serve with cream or brandy butter. COFFEE (L) Recipe Individual: Iced Coffee (here). Quick and easy Add a little strong cold coffee to a chocolate sauce to pour over ice cream or a chocolate sponge. (Not advisable for children). COURGETTES (C/L) Recipes crumble (here), pie (here), quiche (here), roast vegetables (here), sauce (here), stir fry (here).
MANGE TOUT (C/L) Recipes Basic: salad (here), stir fry (here). Quick and easy Add leftover raw or cooked mange tout to a green salad. MAYONNAISE (L) Recipes Basic: salad (here). Individual: Baked Potato Fillings (here), Chicken Crunch (here). g. tuna, cold chicken or tomatoes), put the lid on and shake. The ingredients will then be coated in mayonnaise ready for the sandwiches. See also Bacon, Broad Beans, Chicken, Ham, Prawns. MEAT (C) See Beef, Lamb, Pork. MELON (L/O) Recipes Basic: fruit salad (here), smoothie (here).
200 Knitted Blocks For Afghans, Blankets and Throws by Jan Eaton