I was tootling around Approved Food again today. I nearly ordered stuff, but it didn't really have the stuff I wanted at the price I wanted. It seems to have some high end stuff at good prices, but I suspect I'm not that high end.
I only looked because the Easter holidays are nearly on us and I will be feeding bear and his pals. He is still not a teenager and only ten, but I am confident that the snack cupboard will need a lot more stocking in the next few weeks. I'm going to have to get back to baking. It isn't always as inexpensive as the cheapest cookies and biscuits, but it isn't too dear and a lot healthier. There weren't enough snacks at the right price, but I'll keep an eye out and see how it goes. I very nearly almost ordered because they had some very inexpensive male hair removal cream.
DH has a lot to put up with, and that includes random orders of male hair removal cream. I want to be very clear - as far as I'm concerned, the hair on DH's body, wherever it's distributed, is perfect. However the hair removal cream was the cheapest I've ever seen and I was wondering if I should try the cleaning hack where you put hair removal cream down the bathroom plugs to dissolve any lumps and mats of hair that may be lurking in the pipes. It's never been enough of a problem for me to want to pay for hair removal cream, but this was a good price. I decided against it. The rest of the order wasn't awesome and I still hadn't tried the liversalts and vinegar trick.
Bear was urging me to order a tonne of potatoes today. I've seen a recipe where you mash potatoes and use it to line a baking dish, I think you bake it briefly. Then you fill it with cooked chicken and mushrooms and top with a cheese sauce and put it back in the oven to heat through. Cheese does not agree with DH or I, but I'm sure that if I filled it with cooked chicken and onion and did a mushroom sauce it would work just as well. If I ever get around to trying it, I'll share.
btw, for those who enjoy history, I found these lectures on YouTube. They're history lectures aimed at university undergraduates, and I'll be honest, it's at the top of my understanding, but I've enjoyed it, and I thought I would share - here. They also do podcasts - here. I haven't tried the podcats, but I will see if I can knit to them. I'm desperate to stay away from craft ideas, so I'm digging out all sorts.