I am on the PTA for Burton’ school, in fact I am the secretary, to give me my official title *ahem*, and it does keep me busy because we are a small group at the moment, but it is good fun and I have made some good friends since I joined.
So half term has started which means no school runs for a whole week – yaaay I luuurrrrve a lazy morning time.
I really enjoy eating salmon, but to get my family to eat it I usually end up making fishcakes with it. Sometimes it is nice to have a change though, and whilst looking through my freezer for some tea time inspiration, I found some salmon fillets marinaded in a garden mint dressing, which I was sent a few weeks ago as part of a review for Big Fish (see here).
Now as much as I love cake I also love drinking tea. I feel as if I have turned into a old woman sometimes, because I love other more than sipping a hot cup of tea. Of course eating cake and drinking tea is even better. Knowing how well tea complements cake, I thought I would make a cake which contained tea to see if that would work as well.
As a family, we kind of stumbled into LEGO last summer when we downloaded the Lego Movie to watch one day, and then at Burton’s birthday party last July he received so many Lego sets from his (generous) friends that he had no choice but to start building.