- Helen Coker
- We are now in Oz after two amazing years of traveling Europe in our home built plane. We met many fantastic people who we are proud to call friends and have gained a much better understanding of the similarities and differences between the cultures of the different European states as well as the history and geography that have lead to these differences. We enjoy meeting people with similar interests to ourselves and learning more about other cultures. Please let us know if you're going to be in Queensland and would like to catch up for a meal and a chat.
Monday, 1 February 2010
And back again in Norfolk
and being very careful to stay well away from any fibreglass cutting / sanding / epoxy fumes. The plan is to see if I can be in the factory without getting an allergic reaction again. This means that my tasks are a little more boring at the moment - I read through the manual, make cross marks where holes need to be drilled, find all the parts needed for each task and line them up on the bench..... At least I can still cook. So far triumphs of factory cooking have been oxtail stew in the rice cooker, which was hard work as you have to keep flicking the switch between cook & warm in order to keep the temperature at a simmer. And mustard eggs (senf Eier), again a rice cooker effort - because the rice cooker gets very hot very quickly it's a good thing for making sauces like this mustard sauce.