Saturday, 27 September 2014

Time

It's that time. The time to say goodbye and close this blog. 

While I do love blogging I feel that while I'm not able to blog to the standard I want, I won't. You see for a while my heart wasn't in it, then I didn't have the time and now I have a little more time I have other things in my life I'm getting stuck into. It's on my mind all the time which isn't a great feeling so I'm going to close this blog and the facebook page in the next week or so.


I will be keeping the blog's Instagram account going. So if you want to keep following you can find me here http://instagram.com/livingonalatte/

Maybe I'll be back some day here or maybe I'll pop up guest blogging on someone else's blog one day. Who knows but for now ...  

Thank you and Goodbye

Take Care Everyone

xxx

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

My Top 5 Thermomix Main Meals: Chicken

We love to eat chicken in this house and I love my Thermomix so I thought I'd share with you are my top 5 favourite main meals using chicken in the Thermomix. 
 

5. Chicken and Pasta Salad: Meat on the Menu Recipe Book
(pictured below)


NOTE: A time saving tip for dinner time madness!

Since we eat a lot of chicken in our house I often buy our chicken in bulk, split and freeze. A time saving tip for dinner time madness! I buy my chicken breast in bulk, split and freeze. However I cube my chicken before I freeze it. Nearly all of the chicken dishes I cook use cubed chicken anyway. I find it defrosts quicker and better this way and when cooking I have one less step!!



Now I'm off to cook Quirky Cooking's Chicken and Cashews with Coconut Satay Sauce and Coconut Rice for Dinner ... Happy Cooking!!

 Are any of these in your Top 5?

What are some of your favourite Thermo Chicken recipes?

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Today is "Very Hungry Caterpillar Day"

 This year is the 45th Anniversary of The Very Hungry Caterpillar book by Eric Carle and today the 20th of March is the annual "Very Hungry Caterpillar Day. It's a real favourite in this house. In fact even my husband recalls it being his favourite book as a child. 


Here are a couple of simple activities I did with the kids last year.

1. Yogurt Tub Printing         2. Egg Carton Caterpillar 


I used a round yogurt tub for printing our caterpillars but you could easily 
use a plastic cups, cardboard rolls or toilet paper roll.

If you are looking for some great ideas check out these links below:


Or check out my Pinterest Page for The Very Hungry Caterpillar:


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