Curry and a Movie

No Time to Die – Bike from the Film in the Foyer

Aside from the first four hours of the night my sleep was broken, more from excitement….today we finally get to see the new James Bond film. It’s been a long long wait! It’s a full family affair, the first son coming home for the weekend, with seats booked at a local independent cinema, it’s going to be a real treat.

The Saturday Guardian is covering fish and I’ve made a note to follow up on Rachel Roddy’s Cod with tomatoes and capers.  I’ve recently been struggling to write up some thinking on fish after my son asked how he could get more into his eating.  Will try and scale this recipe down for him.

On the menu this weekend is a couple of curries, and a dahl.  Youngest son has a couple of friends over to stay and stipulation from the boss was that tea needed to be easy post the film.  A reheat so to speak.  So I made the lamb rogan josh last night.  A slow cook affair with aubergines.  The chicken korma I made this morning along with the dahl.  Followed by an apple and summer berry crumble.

Time for blogging this weekend has been short, that and the fact I switched web host providers this week.   A renewal was going to be a bit like daylight robbery which would give leading insurances providers a run for their money.   Any glitches please let me know,  I’ve had a few gotchas as the new provider installed various annoying freebies rather than a vanilla WordPress install.  The archive and historic categories appearing and disappearing with no rhyme or reason. Images have disappeared on some, so there was some sort of glitch on the migration. A little autumn clean-up is ongoing!

It’s Sunday as I finish this post, the film has been watched and I promise no spoilers in case there are any JB fans out there. The eldest is being given the curry left overs to take back to university, a couple of re-heat meals to keep the wolf from the door with a portion for us and the prospect of using the remains of the veg box up.


The #WeekendCoffeeShare is an informal weekly link-up hosted by Natalie the Explorer that serves as weekly heart beat and sort of of a mind-dump. Helps me reflect on my week, with a list of achievements, thoughts and rambles normally whilst drinking a beverage probably listening to music.

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