It’s Summertime!

Well, it’s been almost a week since my last post…ugh! I have been so busy getting orders out for Summer brides that blogging seems to be the thing on the “to do” list that gets pushed to the next day…and the next…and the next….

But, today, I finished an order for Adrienne’s invitations. These are such a pretty combination of light green, lavender and dark purple. It’s a new and different color combo…very fresh and bright. Hope you enjoy! And, check out the homepage on the website in a day or so. I’m going to feature all of our summer, beach and nautical invitations that have been so popular this year!

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  3. Try this:Tasty Meal with smoked Haddock, poheacd Eggs and HalondaiseIngredients: * 450-650 g smoked Haddock fillet * 4 large Eggs * 2 English Muffins, split in half * Salt and PepperFor the Hollandaise: * 2 large Egg yolks * 1 tbsp Cider Vinegar/ slightly less Lemon juice * 175 g unsalted Butter, melted and hot * 1 tbsp fresh Tarragon, chopped * 2 Tomatoes, peeled, de-seeded and blanched * Salt and PepperMethod: * Preheat the oven to 200 C/ Gas mark 6. * Pour 1 cm of water to the bottom of a baking tin, lie the haddock in, skin- side down and cover with black pepper. Cover the tin closely with foil and cook for 10-15 minutes until the flesh is opaque rather than translucent. * To cook Hollandaise, whizz the egg yolks and cider vinegar in a food processor for 1 minute, then add hot melted butter to the mixture gradually while the motor is still running, season and tip into a warmed bowl. * Add tomatoes and tarragon to the mixture and mix, leave in a warm place( over a pan of hot water). * Poach the eggs in a gently simmering water, let them cook for 2-3 minutes until the whites are set and yolks are soft. * Drain the eggs on a kitchen towel and set in a warm place. Remove the skin from haddock and drain them with kitchen towel. * Toast the muffins, top it with a chunk of haddock,and then a poheacd egg and pour over it the Hollandaise sauce.Tip: * You can poach the eggs in advance. once they are cooked, plunge them into a bowl of cold water and refrigerate for up to 12 hours. Reheat by immersing the eggs in a bowl of very hot but not boiling water.

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