To catch a thief

See, all I’ve got to do is post with photos of actual knitting and the commenters come out of the woodwork. Hi! (Mum, ignore. Mum’s still a little weirded out that complete strangers read this)

Now, something else for you:

These are toasted pumpkin seeds. Oh boy are they good. Get yourself some pumpkin seeds (the organic ones are nice, they are different somehow), and put them in a non-stick frying pan or wok on a medium-high heat. Keep them moving; they will soon start to pop! When most of the seeds have popped and they have turned a bit brown, turn the heat off. Eat as is or while they are still hot add a few splashes of soy sauce, hot sauce, chili powder, paprika, cumin, salt, any combination you like (this is soy sauce, piri piri and sea salt – usually I wouldn’t add salt because soy sauce is salty enough, but my body seems to need more salt than most and I don’t add much to my regular cooking).

Eat handfuls while still warm and then try to save the rest to sprinkle on salads etc. Or put in a jar and take it to work for a healthy snack.

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