If my typing appears weird, it's the Lyrica. I am getting to be a bit zombie like, if this continues I will be stopping them.
Came across and email from World Wild Life Fund - Ahead of the London Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade later this week, we're making some noise with a life-size elephant travelling around London. Although normally found on the plains of Africa, we've released this majestic elephant hologram as part of our Stop Wildlife Trafficking campaign, which is supported by players of People's Postcode Lottery. I would think this would really make you Stop and Think. Look at the size of that thing. There is a London Double Decker Bus in the background.
I have been spammed lately and I was thinking, what is the point of sending silly, meaningless messages to someone's blog. Seems daft to me.
I thought this looked good, I don't use my slow cooker nearly enough, it is rather large. I wonder what they use to make this look shiny, olive oil sprinkled over top perhaps?
Slow cooker Spanish chicken
1 Spanish onion halved and sliced
12 large bone-in chicken thighs, skin removed
225 g pack chorizo picante, thickly sliced
3 pack pack fmixed colour peppers, cut into chunks
150 g (drained weight) pitted Spanish pimento stuffed green olives
300 ml dry white wine (serve the rest of the bottle with the meal)
300 ml chicken stock
1 Tbs tomato purée
1. Heat 2 tbsp olive oil in a large frying pan. Fry 1 sliced Spanish onion for about 5 mins until golden.
2. Tip into the slow cooker pot (we used a 6.5-litre model), then fry 12 large bone-in skinless chicken thighs and 225g thickly sliced chorizo picante in the same pan until starting to colour – you will need to do this in two batches.
3. Add to the slow cooker with 3 mixed colour peppers, cut into chunks and 150g pitted Spanish pimento stuffed green olives.
4. Tip 300ml dry white wine, 300ml chicken stock and 1 tbsp tomato purée into the pan.
5. Scrape up any bits stuck to the bottom, then tip into the slow cooker, cover and cook on Low for 6 hrs.
Servings: Source: BBC Good Food.
Have a great day