I have long been guilty of disappearing into the Pinterest void, pinning like a mad woman and staring at all the pretties. In other words pinning and NOT doing. .... in a Gollum "my precious" kind of way.
So this weekend I've blown the cobwebs from my Pinterest recipe board (yay me) while listening to The Light Between Oceans by ML Stedman on audio ... beautiful!
My debut Pinterest recipe was a Penang Curry (recipe found on Pri's website Recipri)
I've adapted it slightly by using chicken breast instead of tofu, light coconut milk and leaving off the cashews as I didn't have any. The Penang paste I found in the local supermarket was very mild so an extra tablespoon could be added if you're taste buds call for extra zing.
Absolutely delicious flavour and a real hit with my family!
So are you a Pinterest junkie? Leave a link, I'd love to follow you. And if you're a fan of audiobooks, I'm keen to hear recommendations.
Narrators can make or break an audiobook and I've been lucky enough to listen to some exquisite stories with exceptional narration. Here's a few of my favourites :)
WINTER GARDEN by Kristin Hannah
MAGIC HOUR by Kristin Hannah
THE MAZE RUNNER by James Dashner
THE CHOSEN ONE by Carol Lynch Williams
LIVING DEAD GIRL by Elizabeth Scott
SAVING CEECEE HONEYCUT by Beth Hoffman
THE HELP by Kathryn Stockett
THE GRAVEYARD BOOK by Neil Gaiman
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