The Long and Rocky Road. The Long and Rocky Road May 13, 2013 Posted in View from the table The elements were braved this weekend and we went camper van camping.
Not quite as hardcore as canvas camping but as the rain lashed the windows on the drive to the site we were glad for small mercies. I won’t lie, I was dubious about this plan for the weekend but as we pulled up to the camping field in the grounds of the beautiful Wing Hall in Rutland – more of this gem in the coming weeks, the rain ceased and the sun broke through. Added to the appeal of this camping weekend was the happy discovery of a really good cafe. This appeals to my sweet toothed family by the bucket load so it was Amber and Adam who got busy buying the required fillings, melting the remaining Easter chocolate (yes, we still had Easter chocolate, it was a massive haul this year and I give miserly chocolate treat portions) and finally, getting this bad boy constructed.
Amber’s Rocky Road What you will need Instructions Like this: Like Loading... Starbucks-Inspired Frosted Maple-Oat Scones. Cadburys Creme Egg Brownies. Ok, so I didn’t really need to put the Creme eggs in the brownies, but when it comes to Creme eggs, we’re not really talking about ‘need’ are we?
Easter mornings when me and my brother were children always started with egg hunts in our garden, or my grandma’s garden or, on particularly good years, both. We would take wicker baskets outside and hunt for little foil wrapped eggs hidden in flower beds, concealed beneath the daffodils, tucked into the branches of trees, or peeking out from under bushes. My grandma would dunk boiled eggs into food dye, so their shells would turn, red, blue and green, and the white inside would become mottled with splashes of colour. We’d race around the garden filling our baskets with eggs. There are few things more magical to me than the glint of colourful foil blinking out from amidst the greenery.
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