There’s nothing worse than a cheap supermarket burger mashed together from reconstituted meat. And there’s nothing better than a homemade burger. So it’s really a no-brainer….
I wonder who came up with the idea of bubble and squeak: Tear off any meat that’s still on the bone from last night’s roast. Chop and shallow-fry any leftover sprouts or cabbage, (trying not to blacken too much.) Finally, mash everything up with a lump of potato. Not really the kind of thing that triggers involuntary salivation….
Easter is well and truly over. Lent fasts are up, supermarkets are flogging off 2 for 1 chocolate eggs, and it’s all about the Royal Wedding now.
If I were organised, (and if I didn’t have a job that kept me occupied from 8:30-6) then I definitely would have made and posted these blown eggs in the lead up to Easter…not the aftermath. Oh well - it’d be a shame not to post them due to bad timing, so let’s say that they’re part of the lead up to Easter 2012, and I am, in fact, being super organised….
This year I thought it’d be a good idea to make some marzipan chickens to share with you, my lovely readers. As you can see from reading at the bottom of this post, there’s a dark story behind the chickens, but for now, I’m just going to tell you how to go about making these lovely (non-chocolate) Easter treats….