OK, here’s another mystery for you. Tuesday I didn’t leave the apartment all day. When I went to bed, I went to remove my earrings, one had disappeared. Couldn’t find it anywhere. Luckily no monetary value but sentimental certainly. Made by a young friend in NC, including seed seed pearls. Having spent Tuesday night and Wednesday morning looking for my earring pulling up cushions, moving chairs, we quit and I went to get dressed. When I picked up my bra, guess what fell to the ground!! How it got there I cannot imagine. I still haven’t found the coleslaw though.
Wednesday we went for our usual bowling which was moderately good, but only moderately. This is the last time we will bowl on a Wednesday this year as our winter league starts next Monday. Good thing, we didn’t really enjoy bowling two days running. We ended up bowling downstairs too which I didn’t like. Nothing wrong with the alley but we felt a bit lonely at first as we were the only ones there. Then we were joined by some handicapped people and finally a family with three kids. The littlest kept giving piercing screams!!! Not sure what the other two were doing out of school today, maybe their school didn’t start yet or I guess they could be home schooled. Didn’t think of that before. Having got myself a bowling app for my android, I went to use it only to discover the battery was flat. I charged the android the other day so am surprised it got flat so quickly. A bowling acquaintance has an app for his iPhone which is much better than the one available for an android. In both cases not much in the way of 5 pin bowling apps anyway, all for 10 pin.
This recipe was touted for kids, but I think many adults would enjoy them too. Not sure why they say capsicum instead of pepper. The recipe came from Food.com
Pizza ScrollsBy Stardustannie on May 21, 2007
Yield: 24-36 pinwheels
- 1/2 small red capsicum, chopped finely
- 100 g ham or 100 g salami, chopped fine
- 1/2 cup cheese, grated
- 1/4 cup pizza sauce
- 2 sheets ready rolled puff pastry
- Preheat oven to 200c.
- Combine the chopped capsicum, ham and cheese in bowl.
- Spread the sauce onto each sheet of pastry, leaving a 2cm border along one side, and sprinkle the capsicum mixture over the top.
- Roll up the pastry to enclose the filling (like a swiss roll), leaving the plain edge until last.
- Brush the edge lightly with water and fold to seal.
- Cut each roll into 1cm rounds (use serrated bread knife) and place on lined oven trays.
- Bake for 20 min or until golden
Have a great day