25 October 2011

Their beauty lets them fly

                                                              Ever heard of a Gypsy Vannner?
 They float across field and toss their heads high, their piebald coulouring makes them dance with glee.

                                        And to me, they are the most beautiful creatures ever made.
                                       Otherwise known as an Irish cob, a Gypsy cob or a Tinker.
                             These horses have won my heart, and it is my dream to own one one day.



                                                                       Happy Tuesday!

22 October 2011

Silver Inches

                            Well today was the last day of term; and to celebrate, we had Mufti Day!

                                                            Oh, three cheers for you, Mufti.

                            I got to wear my newly acquired clothing from, *ahem*....Tesco...
                                 I know, I know!   But there is some pretty good stuff in there.

         I bought this really cozy grey jacket, some awesome trousers and an amazingly french-looking coat.

                                                    Oh, why don't you just see for yourself?
Sorry, not sure how to rotate.

3 October 2011

Tasty Zest

                                                                 Hello my lovelies!

Many apologies for my lack of posting recently. I have been caught up with the usual; school. *Frowns*
            Anyway, to make up for this, I am posting my first ever recipe, here on Feather Happy!

                                                         Can you guess what It is by the title?
                                                            Its the wonderful Key Lime Pie!

This has to be the most easy and delicious pie ever to make.
Plus, you only need 6 ingredients.

Here's what you will need for the filling:
Half a cup of key lime juice(5 regular limes) 
Three big egg yolks
1 can (14) of sweetened condensed milk

What you will need for the crust:
About 20 Digestive biscuits, crushed
3 table spoons of sugar
4 table spoons of unsalted butter, melted 

Firstly, crush the biscuits with a roller.  

                                     Then, add the crushed biscuits into s mixing bowl, then add the sugar.

Melt the butter, then add to your bowl.

Then stir.

Put the crust in the bottom of your tub. Pat lightly. 

Now for the filling :) 

Cut the limes into halves, then squeeze out the juice into a cup.

Now carefully separate the yolk from the whites. Put them in a separate bowl.

Add the condensed milk.

              Mix together in bowl. Put the crust in the bottom of your tub. Pat lightly. Then pour the filling on top.

I will finish this post later as I am currently being chucked off the computer, sorry!

- Alanna :)