Melt some chocolate spread (unrationed) in a saucepan: throw in enough cereal to make a stiff mixture. Form into little cakes to cool and harden.
If anyone is interested in liver or bile problems just let me know, there are pills for that!
Some things for the kitchen, both useful and yummy. I bought the whole nut chocolate bar from Waitrose last September and it was so delicious! The next time we're off to the cinema for a show one of these bars is most definitely being tucked into my bag. The funnel-shaped measuring cup is courtesy The Heiress, it's the handiest tool as it lists measurements for my English and North American recipes on the inside. A fridge magnet, some blackcurrant jam and a Queen Elizabeth Jubilee mug (thanks for the post on yours, Simon!)...how lucky am I?
Playbills, newspapers, the latest Hatchards catalogue and three books will keep me in reading material for days and days. I jotted down a few out-of-print titles by EM Delafield for any browsing that was done on Charing Cross Road but no joy there. But I am so excited to read Call the Midwife and hope the series shows up on one of our television stations here soon!
And last but not least I am ready for Spring with these lovely fresh prints from Cath Kidston. Oh the joy of emptying out an old wallet and sorting out a new one! This mecca of vintage print hasn't reached Canada yet so it is a rare thing to spy these products over here and don't think I haven't felt the burn of a lady's glance every now and then. There was one day when a woman in Stratford asked if she could have a closer look stroke my bag...of course I obliged. A plain white blouse or a coordinating cardigan will make the perfect backdrop for my new accessories. Look out ladies!