Doing: Juicing oranges for cordial. Staying indoors out of the (very welcome) rain playing with the kids. Catching up on my snail mail.
Making: Father's Day cards with the kids (and picking out which of their art works will be used for wrapping paper).
Baking: Parmesan and rosemary crackers to go into school lunches. If you like savoury things, you will love these, they beat potato crisps any day ;-)
Dinner: Chick pea burgers on fresh buns with homemade yoghurt and coriander dressing and garden salad. This recipe works really well with pretty much any bean substituted for the chick peas too, such as white (cannelini) beans, with fresh herbs like parsley instead of the spices.
Reading: Ah yes, I love eBay. After keeping an eye out for this book for about a year now (after it was recommended by Rhonda), I finally snagged one in perfect condition (just a missing dust jacket, but who needs that?), which arrived yesterday:
That's going to keep me busy for a while I think ;-)
Contemplating: When the weather will be warm enough to have my first bash at home brew beer. I gather the ambient temperature has to be over 20'C pretty much, for it to ferment properly? I don't have a warm room to put it in either, so it would be at normal house temperature, which is still dipping to 10'C overnight. Tell me if this is/isn't the case, all you beer brewers?!