First, the brownies.
These are brownies made from an Alton Brown recipe. Yes, he of the Good Eats fame. I adapted it and added some touches of mine own, such as the addition of 2 tablespoons of espresso and both milk and white chocolate chips on top. Lovely, dark, dense and slightly fudgy with an espresso twist.
Now, the shepherd's pie. I suppose it's not really a shepherd's pie, more a cottage pie because it's made with beef, not lamb, but no matter. It looked awesome and tasted great.
I also took a picture of my plate, after polishing it off, alongside my beer (Brahma beer, a Brazilian brew, £2.49 for 4 at Tesco).
This morning I took a pic of my coffee. Why, I don't know, but I'm like a child with this thing. 44 years old and it's the first camera-phone I've ever had. It is too cool.
I also took a pic of the lovely Carol Kirkwood, who was forecasting the weather and looking mighty cute while doing it.
Then later, while in Waitrose, I noticed something I found slightly amusing. And of course, took a picture.
I am armed with a camera, and therefore dangerous, people. You have been warned.