Salford 17th August 2018 #Cake #Marzipan #Sweet #Battenburg #Sponge #Pudding #Jam Built like a sponge colossus to many – a teatime snack to enjoy just after your chops and vegetables now how much you have is down to you but then again – its a question of how much sponge unless of course, you don’t…… Continue reading Battenburg
Salford, 6th August So, here we are, with a noble invention A combination of ingredients Now brought together, with love tween two slices of bread Daintily paired, meats and vegetables When required – sauces or spices It’s what you might call – a matter of taste Combining flavour and texture – the eater Happy in…… Continue reading Ode to a sandwich
Rush rushing about these modern days doesn’t do you good, until you stop, you won’t notice the harm you do to yourself stuffing convenience food down whilst doing a hundred other things heart burn is surely on the way…so take it easy
Bite lunch was two hours ago and dinner is hours away the hunger pangs are out of the cage And they’ve begun to play So over to the brown bread you go And forage for a filling or two When the jars of peanut butter and jam Located above tonight’s spiced ham Decide to greet…… Continue reading Snack time
Egg This ain’t no restaurant “French toast” it’s made over burning logs in the country air Foundation for the morning Set against a glorious sunrise and cups of camp tea Thick crusty bread absorbed in a lake of golden runniness Bacon awaits its partner as it cooks away in its fat Poor Man’s omelette ?…… Continue reading Eggy Bread
Blossom hanging off the arms of the tree a sign of things to come pink and white blooms send a message to all who walk around it cheering as the children play the apples 🍎 are coming on their way!
as the sun says peek a boo over multi coloured high rises for an hour or two Skies turn into confectioners delights as cotton candy clouds turn from white to blue with occasional shades of pink or yellow Another cloud poem Marshmallows