Yummy, Scrummy, In my TummyFood and Drink by Mrs C - April 2, 2014April 2, 2014Just a few of the culinary delights to pass my lips in March.A couple of Fridays ago, Mr. C and I had some pretty amazing paté called Welsh Dragon’s Venison Liver paté with Chilli . It wasn’t all hot and spicy but the chilli did have a kind of warming effect. We served it with some Spelt Oat Fingers and some nutty multigrain toast and it was more of a meal in itself than the starter we’d intended it to be. We will definitely be buying this or one of Patchwork paté’s other patés again sometime soon.We’re really into our hot chocolate right now and love to bits the Hotel Chocolat Chilli Hot Chocolate. However the one we’ve most loved recently is the Tesco Finest Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate. Now we like to go to town and do the whole yummy marshmallows and whipped cream thing but it’s got to be said that it can be a tad sickly if you go overboard on the trimmings. Nonetheless this is one of our favourites to have as a treat on a Saturday afternoon with ‘The Mentalist’ box set we’re working our way through slowly but surely.Best Cookery Book Ever….. and finally to the Best Cookery Book we’ve ever used… 5 Ingredients, 10 Minutes by Jules Clancy. You know when you’ve been in work all day and need/want to find something that’s quick to prepare and cook ….? Well this is the cookery book you need. everything genuinely has 5 ingredients or fewer and really does only take 10 minutes to cook. A flipping marvellous Cook Book! Mr. C (our resident gordon blue chef) has been in his element producing various yummy culinary masterpieces for me! Buy it – it’s not expensive and you’ll love it, I guarantee!