Detective

#fowc #detective 18th December 2019 Do you know who did it ? Even as you look around the house for clues The person or persons behind the act are Eating the evidence! Crumbs of chocolate covered cookies Tumbled to the ground , travel In a trail – leading to some Very crafty little individuals ExpectContinue reading “Detective”

Nutcracker (Cookie Jar)

Second day of the Christmas Countdown everyone knows , that soon this drum major will be rapping out a tune on his drum – for gooey chocolate cookies might be guarded by him expecting little ones to go on a hunt not knowing where the treasure is hiding that’s something – the dear major isContinue reading “Nutcracker (Cookie Jar)”

Sweet supper

Salford 19th August 2019 #Food #Sandwich #Hazelnut #Chocolate #Spread #Supper Sat in the kitchen – pondering What to have to satisfy my inner pooh bear End of the cupboard – the bread bin End of the corner cupboard – the provisions store Taking the last of the hazelnut spread tween two pieces of wholemeal –Continue reading “Sweet supper”

Double

#FOWC #Double a sweet tasting response from inky to fandango’s latest one word challenge Not your normal after dinner treat it’s got two of everything, vanilla scoops, chocolate scoops, brownies, the lot covered in drizzles of sweet chocolate syrup even the wafer’s got a dash of cocoa running through it pudding – a nice lightContinue reading “Double”

Millionare’s Shortbread

4th May 2019 funny what I can come up with, when I’m peckish Sandwiched together hot off the confectioners table oblong biscuits of loveliness rippled with caramel and chocolate taken usually with a nice cup of tea crafted by an artisan and served up as part of an afternoon lunch keeping watch, children with aContinue reading “Millionare’s Shortbread”

Bank Holiday Monday

#Easter #Holiday The collective heads at the weather office looked dumbfounded at the view outside the window it was a common convention – it rained on a Bank Holiday and yet, blue skies and sun were the order of the day flowers were drenched in sunshine and people were enjoying picnics in the park asContinue reading “Bank Holiday Monday”