According to the program “Mike Bradley is one of only six peg collectors in the world. He has the largest collection with 1500 pegs. Known as a “peg-lo-maniac”, he’s drawn to and amazed at the amount of thought and effort man has put into the design of the peg.”
What made me laugh was when the lovely, and extremely stylish Niccole Warren fessed up to being a bit obsessed when using her pegs. She admitted that when hanging out her washing, multiple pegs on the same garment had to match each other, and co-ordinate pleasingly with the garment in question. Sound like anyone?
As people discover my website, quite a few people are letting me in on their strange peg habits, or those of relatives, and it is not always about the pegs matching. Sometimes it is about the numbers of pegs you hold in your hand before reaching for more or some such thing.
This is not actually a shot of nappies or serviettes, but of my small way of being green. I have made calico wraps, to wrap up the kids sandwiches for school. Actually they usually have Jaffles which I cook and leave to cool before packing them in their Lunch boxes. I hated soggy or dry sandwiches, so I am quite happy to whip up a Jaffle in the mornings, if it ensures that a healthy lunch is eaten at school.
While searching for descriptions of Jaffles for you non-Aussie-speaking people, I found this lovely looking recipe for White Chocolate and Raspberry Ricotta Jaffle, Yum! Looks much more decadent than my Ham and Cheese or Apple puree and Currant Jaffles.