It is now 6 months since I began this blog. A couple of previous efforts had fallen by the wayside for a variety of reasons but I was determined to make this an ongoing project. I decided that the best way to make blogging a habit was to do it every day. I have managed to stick to my plan pretty consistently except for while we were on holidays and a couple of other glitches. Therefore, I apologise for the lack of posts in the last couple of days.
I have decided to reassess how I go about maintaining my blog, keeping it interesting and relevant for those who read it and still find time to go to work and do the very things that provide the basis of my blog posts.
So, from now on there will not necessarily be a post every day, although sometimes there will be. My goal is to generally have 3 – 4 posts each week with a minimum of 2 posts each week.
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This is my Kitchen Aid mixer which I got a couple of years ago. One of the reasons I chose it was because I could purchase additional attachments which run directly from the driveshaft. My main interest was the pasta maker attachment. The Duke did all of the research on the internet and found the best price of $285 which compared favourably with the initial price on the Kitchen Aid site of $349. Whilst it seems like a lot of money I feel confident that it will be worthwhile.
Today the parcel arrived.
I have made my own pasta previously but found that the manual pasta maker was too difficult and time-consuming – not to mention that it ended up breaking. Hopefully, these will be a great success and I will never buy dried pasta again. The bonus is that I will not have the packets which are non-recyclable.
Watch for a post when I make the first batch – perhaps on the weekend!