Tonight we're looking at the music produced by the people leftover after someone leaves.
And an easy food theme! We are a bit on a budget tonight as we thought we should pay a council tax payment rather than buy lots of food. I KNOW!
|Paul Cattermole. Yes, him.|
We start with a couple of songs from Up, an album by Radiohead after Bill Berry left. I have no idea who that is, but Wikipedia does.
We then move onto S Club. Who, after Paul Cattermole left, could no longer call themselves S Club 7. Yes, that's right, Paul. The least memorable or interesting member. How on earth did they struggle on without his talent? The answer is: just fine. And yes, I do like S Club 7, I am not a music snob :-p
Over to Genesis post Phil Collins. I'm not a Genesis fan, so let's ask my hubbie (who didn't even recognise them). He thinks "meh".
Depeche Mode - never got into them. Now I know all about some dude leaving to be in Yazoo and then Erasure. They seem to have coped all right... with their dreary suicidal crap :-)
Well, I didn't know Bucks Fizz had a coach crash and had to carry on with a member because he was a mess post coma. How horrible!
At this point I realise that my research into groups who have had a member leave is taking more time than actually is sensible. Plus generally the songs aren't that great. I give up and throw some songs in I find that are called "leftovers". Some good tunes weirdly.
The most exciting things hanging around in my fridge.
I have such a thing for baked avocado. And such a thing for halluomi. Om nom nom.
I made this earlier in the week and we had double portions because we are disgustingly gluttonous. There was a load of the sauce left over so he has the chance to make an even more enhanced version.
So my version of this dish is:
- Tube pasta (didn't have macaroni)
- Really lovely strong mature cheddar - the whole darn piece
- Bacon cut into bits
- Coarse grain mustard
- Bechamel sauce (butter, flour, milk)
Tonight's hasn't fared so well as earlier this week. I think it needed much more sauce.