The Dog Eats The Leftovers

The Dog Eats The Leftovers

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This Blog is meant to be a light-hearted look at how a parent as to navigate his or her way through life whilst bringing up two teenagers on a very limited income. We want to share what we have learnt and hopefully help anyone else out there struggling to make things work in a seemingly chaotic world. I don't always get it right and I am certainly not perfect.....

Food

FamiliesPosted by Rebecca Guillain Sat, July 04, 2015 17:12:35
I am trying to teach my son some basic cookery skills. It looks like I am going to have to work some evenings and weekends in the near future so I am hoping that I can come home to a cooked meal that has been rustled up by one of my children.

I watched him wrestle with the ring pull on the baked beans, "It's going to splash back at me, I've got my best T-Shirt on." He then spent the next ten minutes trying to make up his mind what he was going to have with the beans so I started to do it for him.

"Mum, I can cope much better if you stopped staring at me."

"Do you want me to go Noel?"

"Yes....it would make my day!"

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I did put the random comment on my previous post saying "I made my own baked beans". And then the doorbell rang and I pressed the submit button by mistake.

One can of chopped tomatoes, some tomato purée, one can of haricot beans in water, drained. Make the sauce first, reduce slightly and add the beans. Absolutely gorgeous! Twice the price of buying ready made baked beans but well up on taste and no added sugar.

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