I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for all your support and comments over the last few months. I really appreciate the encouragement and it has spurred me on to step up my writing as we enter 2012.
Today is Boxing day. For me it’s a day to chill out and relax. A time to fall asleep on the sofa and do nothing.
Another delight for Boxing Day is some bubble and squeak. Now I have to admit that my version of this is not a traditional recipe.
If you’re not familiar with bubble & squeak, it is basically left-over Christmas lunch (or any Sunday roast) … fried.
Sounds great doesn’t it!!
Google the recipe and you’ll often see mashed veg fried into a solid block. I just like to throw the left-overs into a wok and fry. When I say left-overs I deliberately cook an extra serving of Christmas lunch so that I could have bubble & squeak. Bits of sprout, carrot, parsnips along with some yorkshire pudding and roast potatoes.
The wok-full with some cold chicken always hits the spot.
I hope you have a peaceful holiday and a fabulous start to 2012.
Thanks for reading and happy writing!
That look delicious! And your cat is so sweet!
Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier 🙂
Thank you for stopping by.
I’ll not tell him that you think he’s sweet, we’ll never live it down. 🙂
I’m hungry now! 😛
Thanks. It was good 🙂
I too, love your cat. We owned his twin, ‘Percy Popovich”.
I have heard of bubble & squeak, just not in that context. Looks good!
Thanks for your comments. Percy Popovich has a nice ring to it!
Not sure what bubble&squeak is but it sure sounds good! Hope you had a great Boxing Day!
Yes thanks. And thank you for commenting.
Bubble & squeak! Now we know who to go to for translations.
I am available for translations 🙂
Now that’s what I call a fryingpanful! I’ve never put quite so much into my bubble and squeak before but I might just try it. Love the kitten.
I’ll let him know about his growing fan club. I must admit that since eating than pan full I’ve had no end of trouble with my gallbladder. That’ll teach me!
Heya, Thanks a lot for this great posting! I must bookmark Festive Cheer! Pete Denton – Writer. Thank you.
The cat looked like he ruled the festivities
It’s his house! He rules everyday, not just Christmas 🙂
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