The search for porridge oats!

Roast potatoes in goose fat are absolutely magnificent! I also had some delicious purple sprouting broccoli – the first of the season for me. Finished up the lettuce (which I think Simon only managed to grow because it was so mild in December – he doesn’t always have lettuce at this time of year), still using the wine vinegar – hopefully I can get to Arjuna tomorrow to get some more of the Aspalls cider vinegar from Suffolk. Had some leeks vinaigrette, which I love, together with the remains of the frittata, which is just as good cold. I discovered that Daily Bread didn’t have any of Glebe Farm’s gluten-free porridge oats in stock, so I rang Glebe Farm and ordered a whole lot to be delivered – enough to keep me in breakfasts for quite a while! They are near Huntingdon, so pretty local. I’m planning to go to Arjuna tomorrow, so should be able to get cider vinegar at last, and hopefully butter from the Farm Outlet Shop on the corner of Hills Road and Lensfield Road.

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