jacket-potatoWe went into Cambridge this morning for a few things and to meet some friends, in a café near the Grafton Centre. They do have some gluten free items such as pasta, but I only had a warm gluten-free chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce and ice cream. I forgot to take a picture of it until after I had eaten it so instead you have the mediocre jacket potato and salad that I ate elsewhere before meeting our friends.

Gluten-free Lunch

lunchI was working this morning when my daughter rang to ask if I wanted to go out for lunch; she works from home on Friday. Fortunately I had not taken the fish out of the freezer or turned on the oven. She had heard about ‘Nellies’, on FaceBook, a small café nearby, so I left my husband downloading updates on his computer and went out for lunch.

The café is on the way to Saffron Walden and next to ‘Wendy’s’ shop. Apparently it is called Nellies after a horse in a 1965 comedy film staring Norman Wisdom, not that I would ever have seen it.

Today’s picture is my lunch, a gluten-free cheese sandwich, with pickles, salad and crisps; the coffee was good too. I had almost finished one sandwich before I remembered to take a picture. As it was raining I was going to take an indoor picture, which featured cacti, but that can wait for another day.

On returning home I cooked my husband’s lunch and got back to work.



I worked this morning and visited my husband this afternoon, not much else to say about the day really.

Today’s picture is of my supper. The gluten-free Amy’s Kitchen enchiladas were free on the Ocado lorry for me to try and then review. They do not look particularly appetising, but for a packet meal, which we never have, I suppose they were okay. The salad was also a cheat as I purchased it ready made in Marks and Spencer before I left Addenbrookes. Strawberry fruit tea to drink.