Is it just me or is everyone the same? I never know what day it is. I look at The Times in the morning - that's my marker. But the trouble is the time floats by and by the time lunch time arrives I have forgotten again. I take a Statin at bed time and they come in packs of seven with the day of the week stamped on the packaging. I always start on the right day but by the time I get to the middle of the week I have somehow got it wrong. I took Wednesday's tablet a couple of minutes ago. And I know I haven't missed a night.
There is no doubt about it, lockdown has made us relax so much as we wander about at home, that we tend to lose all semblance of a time scale. This morning I sat and watched the lovely tributes to Captain (hon. Colonel) Tom and the Spitfire and Hurricane Flypast especially for him, I tidied the rooms, disposed of yesterday's papers and plastic etc., made the bed, put the dishwasher on and when my doorbell rang I went to the door in my dressing gown. It was half past eleven and I still hadn't had my shower. My mother would have been horrified.
I made a lunch in my Remoska - a sausage, bacon and tomato crumble basically. I can't break copyright by putting the recipe on here but it was tasty and it did give me an idea for making it more tasty and that I can give you. How you cook it depends upon what you usually cook your meals in. Because I live alone I rarely put my oven on, preferring to make use of my microwave and my Remoska. If you use kitchen scissors to cut good quality thick sausages into chunks and brown them in a pan for about ten minutes before adding a chopped up onion, several quartered tomatoes, a few slices of bacon cut into strips and some Bramley apples cut into chunks. Continue cooking until things begin to be nice and brown. Then tip into a dish and cover with a thickish layer of a mixture of equal quantities of Parmesan and Breadcrumbs and cook until everything is well cooked and the topping is crispy. I would guess about twenty minutes in the oven. You could of course cook it in the oven from the start, just not adding the cheese and crumb layer until it is cooked more or less - the cheese and crumb layer cooks in no time at all and gets nice and crispy. Serve with some good gravy. If you try it then do let me know how you like it - I just found my recipe today a good way of using up a lot of bits left in the bottom of the fridge.