Christmas porridge

by admin on December 30, 2009 · 13 comments

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It’s only fitting that the last blog post on Mostly Eating for 2009 should be about porridge.  So enamoured of the lumpy white stuff am I that I’ve even been making porridge for my chickens over the last few weeks, to keep them warm in the sub-zero temperatures we’ve been having.  My husband says that I advise people to eat porridge with the same regularity that IT support guys say “try turning it off and on again” 

No recipe today – I’m sure you all have your own excellent ways of making porridge, just a serving suggestion. If you have any leftover mincemeat in your fridge it makes a stellar porridge topping, along with a handful of juicy clementine segments. 

Come to think of it pretty much anything that is both sweet and tart works as a porridge topping – marmalade, rhubarb compote, pomegranate seeds. Whatever you fancy.

I’d also like to wish all of you lovely people a wonderfully Happy and Healthy 2010 and to say a big thanks for all of your comments, support and emails in 2009.

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