Jam Roly Poly

#food #baking #pudding #jam #custard Egg Sugar Flour and Butter combine with fruit for something after tea a little thing that’s fruity and sweet with a layer that’s simply utter delicious, flavoursome and buttery its the fruit covered layer – that gives it a swirl served up with custard its hard to beat a childhoodContinue reading “Jam Roly Poly”

A fruity San-San

#fruit #tree #pie #San-San Growing against the stone tudor wall hanging fruit ripens for the pie coming from the tree but once a season the fruit answers the cooks call as over the garden young birds do fly could this be why its baked with haste there could be no other plausible reason to depriveContinue reading “A fruity San-San”

Murdered at the wedding feast

Note to the reader – No one was harmed in the creation of this poem 🙂 It seemed that all was looking well as the bride made her way down the aisle and the vows were said with grace the decorations made the hall look swell As her bridesmaids escorted her in style to aContinue reading “Murdered at the wedding feast”


In response to Fandango’s one word challenge You knew your nephew wouldn’t eat his greens every mealtime saw a trip to the bin but appreciating his happy sweet tooth you snook something into pudding unseen and eating with the custard you did grin as he ate up his carrots with a great big smile hiddenContinue reading “Trickery”

Garden Apple Pie

  A San-San By Brian F Kirkham (Inky)   The branches against the household wall holds fruit that’s ripening for a pie blackberry stems bring fruit with flavour this season that answers to the pastries call over with envy the birds do fly could this be why it cooks with haste ? depriving the featheredContinue reading “Garden Apple Pie”

The loaf

A San-San for the Daily post prompt Grainy Born from the bakers creative mind A Combination of skill, talent, water seed King at breakfast time Every body by the toaster will find Round soft boiled eggs, to fill the need If cereal’s a missing – and there’s no jam Eaten before the school bell chimeContinue reading “The loaf”