A delicious way of cooking courgettes and marrows, for the cheapest meal in the world – when you get given the veges and soy sauce for free.
Cut 25x 8mm slices of large courgette or small marrow, lay out 5×5 on a lightly oiled oven tray. Sprinkle with salt and curry powder, then flip over so both sides are a little oily.
Grill for c.7 minutes, pull out and flip them, then grill for another c.7 minutes.
Beware, during the final browning/blackening/burning time speeds up!
Such very sweet-yet-savoury excellence.
I think you were meant to glue them on to the multibox? On the plug heads?
Terry’s Bowl, with Cat.
And an Anglepoise.
The only improvement to this recording setup would be an upgrade from the Nintendo DS’s frankly churlish limit of 16x ten second snippets of sound recording.
Come on, it’s 2008!
No worries for now, I have three more upstairs, but long-term using NDS’s may prove to be a problem.
Which is why I’m dying to make the switch to live-in-room recording onto cassette tape.
They record for hours.
To being a guitar player.
I am now a guitar owner.
A 1964 Teisco Del Rey EP 9, I think.
I shall just call her Lana.
Sampling tea is my new thing.
The very first was “Irish Breakfast” from T2.
“The Drinking Diaries” will also be the name of this years novel.
My favourite tree.
It looks the same from a huge distance, or really close up; the patterns are replicated.