My cold symptoms I mentioned last night have worsened into a sore head, shivering, tiredness, sniffles and chesty cough.
Time to make some chicken soup. I’m so tired that I considered buying a tin of soup to get me through. I had second thoughts about the tinned soup, I don’t know what’s in it.
I fried five chicken wings in garlic, hot olive oil, lime juice and two chillis. Once part of the chicken skin was brown and crispy, I added the chicken stock and let simmer for about half an hour. Then I added the vegies. They are only frozen vegies, but sickly times call for convenience vegies.
I have eaten two cups of the soup and it was delicious. So flavoursome. And beats tinned soup. I can feel it working on my cold already.
And hows this for resourcefulness! The leftover bolognaise from the bolognaise pie earlier in the week needed to be eaten.
I didn’t feel like eating it in its original form, and didn’t want to waste it, so I added a glass of water, a tin of mixed beans and two chillis, and I now have a hearty soup.
I ate it for a late lunch.
Earlier today my friend S and I had brunch at Fraus.
We then went to the North Melbourne Market. It had heaps of stalls and S and I agreed that we will return in August, cashed up, ready to buy lots of goodies. I loved the skirts, felt scarves and knitted hats.
How cute is the packaging!
Aside from feeling yucky because of the cold, it was a nice day. It was lovely to catch up with S, we’ve been friends for 11 years and though we don’t see each other frequently, every time we do catch up, it’s like we’ve never been apart. Though we always take the piss out of each other, she’s such a supportive and kind friend. She’s newly engaged and it was very exciting seeing the ring and talking wedding plans. Congratulations S and C 🙂