The rest of us will be having pasta with last week's tomato and red pepper sauce. I will stir in a generous lump of Quark to make it a creamy-but-still-low-fat sauce, and smother it with Grana Padano cheese. I might stir the remains of the tin of tuna in - lovely if you like cat food!
Pudding will be an unashamedly easy 'Apple Fluff' (like apple fool, but easier). Stew some apples, puree them in a blender. Mix together one third apple and two thirds Ambrosia custard.
This (above) is the beginning of our apple harvest. There will be a lot more about apples, including a recipe for apple jam as soon as I have tested it.
You can get through quite a lot of apples if you have a juicer. We have a basic model that cost about £40, but it works pretty well. Add a bit of peeled root ginger and/or some carrots. My children think it's a real treat - as good as the fresh juices in Wagamama. Praise indeed.
Going back to salad cream in sandwiches, I have to commend and recommend M&S' egg, salad cream and tomato sandwich. Simply delicious.