I will never learn to control how much I drink and today’s hangover confirmed I had way too much fun last night. I ordered a vegan bagel from Kayu Café which took around three hours to eat, whilst binge-watching Suits. With only enough energy to stare at the garden (things that are alive and thriving make me feel better when I’m suffering a painful death) and to cook an evening meal, I decided upon my childhood ultimate favourite comfort food. My Mum’s tuna pasta bake. Since tuna is extremely unsustainable to eat nowadays, and that I follow a strict low FODMAP (fermentable oligo-, di-, mono-saccharides and polyols), dairy-free veggie diet, I made the whole thing from scratch and successfully used every item of the kitchen (it’s Fab’s job to eat the food, and clean up after me ha!) First time I’ve made this and it won’t be the last! Over half the tray left for lunch tomorrow.
My Money: ‘We haven’t got Covid here yet’
And while the event is not quite a sell-off of the family silver, the airline is getting rid of stacks of English bone china made by William Edwards, including plates, soup bowls, cups, saucers, and butter dishes. A set of four William Edwards pasta bowls is £40.
From Friday, non-essential retail will close for two weeks, as part of tougher measures across Northern Ireland.