I am ever so thankful to God for blessing my family and i with wonderful times together and Christmas and new is always a foodie time of year for us. As i write this i am still recovering from all the cooking i did. On Christmas day i decided to roast a large chicken which turned out absolutely delish. I have never been a big fan of turkey as i often find it rather dry so i often avoid it plus the work that goes into it. Just before the new year my husband decided to bring home not 1 but 2 massive turkeys. I was gobsmacked as he happily announced we will be having that for new years day. As i struggled to fit those big birds in my freezer i pondered to myself how i would be accomplishing the mountain task on new years day. I know that some people start cooking theirs the night before so i just braced myself to do it my way. New years day came so quickly and i started seasoning the turkey first thing and started cooking right away. I had to stay on top of things with my potatoes,veg and gravy as i dedicated too much time to the turkey. After a long day (2 hours) of cooking I was quite surprised it turned out beautifully. Everybody went back for seconds and thirds and my husband joked about how he felt as if he was eating a prehistoric bird as the drumstick looked humongous on his plate. The good thing about the mammoth task of cooking a turkey is that you can be exempt from the kitchen for at least the next 3 days and that is exactly what happened….thank God for leftovers 🙂
The other day i was preparing dinner. The plan was to make roast potatoes to go with spicy chicken and coleslaw. Whilst peeling the potato i came across this cute looking heart shaped potato. Excuse my puns but i simply did not have the heart to peel it or cook it as it looked so cute. I called my husband and sister in love into the kitchen to have a look but for some reason they could not see what i could see. The lack of enthusiasm from them was just heartless as they compared my cutie tattie to allsorts. They said its more of a hairy bottom than a heart…never mind.
I find the whole thin quite funny how human perception varies. How one thing could resemble many things to many people. I have always been this way even as a child, during the day i would happily climb some trees but at night the same trees would look like scary people with waving arms.
Look at the pictures below of my potato and let me know what you think.