Look. This isn't bad.
So, what on earth happened here.
Same kitchen, less than 10 feet apart. What is going on.
The ONLY rational explanation is that the mess bunny has struck. He must have (note the mess bunny is a boy. A girl would NEVER do anything like this!). It can't have been me just stuffing things back in the cupboard.
Tin of beans falling on your head anyone?
I took everything out and put it on the bench. Clearly, the only way is to start again.
I'm running out of space. I better move the kettle.
Look what I found.
5 jars of jam. What am I doing with all this jam. We hardly eat any jam. Perhaps once a month. Literally. Where did it all come from? Why did I accept 3 jars from my Mum's stash.
I looked in the fridge where I keep open jars. There was more in there too.
The Damson Jam is wonderful by the way. If you buy some can I suggest hiding it, as others will try and steal it from you.
All these beans. We love beans. But 6 cans. For two people!
A lot of seeds. Why so many? Plans for bread that are not going well.
All sorted out now though, and plans made for it. Well, apart from all those seeds. Not sure what to do with them. My no knead bread is NOT going well so far. I had planned to add them to the top, but I am reluctant to waste them when my bread is not working.
I cannot show you a picture of the bread. It was so horrible I didn't even photograph it. I just checked back through my pictures. Not one snap. It must have been bad!!!
All neatly put back in the cupboard. Probably not perfect. But not so precarious and all the same sorts of things grouped together.
I hope these photos will remind me not to let this happen again.
Now, what to do next.
Some sort of cake is needed for the jam mountain. I think I have a recipe for some cake bars with a layer of jam in the middle.
Also, more practice on the breadThen we can spread jam on our bread.
Bean salad or chilli for all the beans (probably salad given the heat we are having).
I am off to research recipes. What do you think of jam flavoured palmiers. There is some puff pastry in the freezer... I'll let you know how it goes!