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Solid

I thought of solid colours initially as this is a biggie for me – I buy so much beautiful fabric in all sorts of designs but then nothing goes together. So my aim this year is to try and only buy solid coloured fabric.

But then whilst out shopping in our local farm shop is came to the freezer section – and it’s all frozen solid.

Especially these Yorkshire Puddings at a bargain price of 12 for a £1 – homemade too!

#Yorkshirepudding 395

 

 

Linking in again with the 52 Week Photo Challenge from:

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15 Comments

  1. Mmm Yorkshire puds. I love Yorkshire puddings! Now I habe to add them to next week’s menu😃

  2. I’m with you on the resolving to buy more solid colours for clothing. I blame the quilt making for luring me towards the patterned fabrics that I wouldn’t normally go for if I was shopping RTW but seem to be drawn to in a fabric shop. Not always a bad thing but, as you say, not so good for building a coordinated wardrobe.
    Frozen Yorkshire puddings 😕 – have you tried them? How do they cook up after being frozen?

    • I’v not tried them from there, but when I make my own I always make a few extra and pop them in the freezer. They warm up in a couple of minutes in a hot oven and you’d never know they were frozen! 🙂

    • Have you tried to make them Del? I always used to struggle until I got my stone muffin tray and now they rise every time 🙂

      • No, haven’t tried any yet, and don’t have the proper pan either. For just moi it seems too much trouble… but frozen would be perfect! 😘

  3. I thought they were frozen mushrooms at first! A freezer packed solid with Yorkshire Puds, there’s a sight! Great entry for the challenge

  4. Pingback: Photo Challenge Round Up: SOLID | Wild Daffodil

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