20 April 2009

cider lolly


who needs a sticky toffee ice cream, with sprinklings and a chocco flake

when you can have one of these after an energetic walk!

The cider lolly.

I presume you just crack open a can of bulmers, & freeze it in a little plastic cup with a cocktail stick, to recreate the secret recipe.












6 comments:

Tracey said...

Sounds lovely and refreshing,Gill! Love the view in the photo!

Gill the Painter said...

Hi Tracey.
That's the malverns : http://farm1.static.flickr.com/190/504817646_74164298b9_o.jpg

very pretty country.

Luca said...

Just what I could do with right now! That looks mighty good Gill. I might have to make some with the Normandy cider we brought back.

Gill the Painter said...

Impress your French friends with a pre bbq canape of Normandy cider lolly.

That's a winner Luca.

Odette said...

Hi there Gill - just wanted to say how much I'm enjoying your blog. Your cafe painting sequence is fascinating! Amazing how paintings change along the way isn't it. And I love the fact that you're still sitting there in the painting even though you painted over it and it's no longer visible.

Cider lolly sounds refreshing - any booze left in it or is designated driver friendly? No real cider this side of el pond - cider means plain old apple juice over here. You wouldn't want to cook a pheasant with that.

Gill the Painter said...

It's great to see you here Odette.
Thanks for the comments, especially about my painting.

& cider lollies bought at the ice cream van are non-alcoholic. LOL
You can still drive in a straight line after one.

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