Fresh fruit, yogurt and granola parfait for breakfast with a skinny latte. No time for a photo though as I was busy, busy busy! I was in the office earlier than usual as I have so much work to do today. I did need to experience some of that sunshine though so at lunch time I walked outside, under pretty Southwark Bridge,
and in to EAT. I had a chicken Laksa soup which I sat outside and ate.
It was spicy, coconutty and tasty.
I had to work in a different office in London this afternoon and our meeting finished at 5 pm so I came home :-). It was awesome to get home in daylight and I wanted to make supper for us. Egg and chips? Oh yes!
I peeled several sweet potatoes and cut them in to chip shapes, and covered them in a thin coating of olive oil, salt, paprika and cinnamon and put them in the oven for 40 minutes at 190 °C.
And I headed out to the garden to pick green leaves.
Look at the glorious colour on those stems! If you have a garden or allotment then I really recommend Rainbow Swiss Chard. It is so exciting to have fresh green leaves in the garden at this time of year and the stems are so colourful.
I feel healthier just looking at this lot and can’t wait to eat it!
Back inside I cut out and chopped the stems
and the leaves separately.
I stir fried the stems for about 5 minutes and then added the leaves for a couple of minutes until they just wilted.
I also poached some eggs – we had 2 each.
So Mama’s Cafe served up egg and chips for tea and we all enjoyed it 🙂