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Thursday, 2 September 2010

2nd September 2010 - today's facebook email

No one would ever have crossed the ocean if he could have gotten off the ship in the storm. Charles Kettering

OMG I almost forgot to write the email and I’ve been up since 4.44am thanks to Alfie tap dancing on the windowsill in my bedroom!

So what to write!! Yesterday I cooked a delicious Malaysian Chicken dish from the ‘Just for Me’ cookbook, which has been reduced to £2.95.

And just a reminder that all the Weight Watchers bars are on offer 3 boxes for £5, plus the new magazine has arrived!

That’s my bit of advertising done ;-)

Great weight loss last night, over 100lb at Ashmore Park, well done all of you, and congratulations to Margaret yesterday morning on achieving her certificate for losing 75lb – wow, not far off goal now.

Last Thursday night one of my members made the famous Weetabix cake and bought it in for members to sample, they loved it, so below is the recipe, if you like bread pudding then you’ll love this and you wouldn’t believe that it has Weetabix in!

Weetabix pudding 1pt per slice (12 slices)

2 Weetabix
100g sultanas
150 ml skimmed milk
150 ml water
100g self-raising flour
1 teaspoon Mixed Spice,
1 teaspoon artificial sweetener, (optional)
1 medium egg, beaten

Preheat oven to 180C, 350F or gas mark 4. Put Weetabix and sultanas in bowl, pour milk and water over the top and soak up all the liquid. Stir in flour, mixed spice, sweetener and beaten egg. Spoon mixture into (1lb) lined / non-stick loaf tin and bake for 1hr 15m until cooked. Cool on a wire rack before serving, and then cut into slices. It has the texture of bread pudding. Delicious, and why not add a bit of custard for extra points treat.

Wasn’t it a beautiful day yesterday, sign the demon dwarves are due to go back to school! And the fact that they are due back means some of you can get back to your meetings now ;-) Looks like another lovely day ahead, I’m hoping it stays for the weekend so I can go walking with Alfie.

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If anyone has a local shop that has cards in the window to advertise things can you email me the details so I can go and put a Weight Watcher card up advertising my meetings please. It takes me a day to do because I don’t know where they’ll put them up so I have to aimlessly drive round like a fool!

Thanks in advance.

Remember life starts now…

Are you living yet.

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