Cover n.7 Beatles Cover


Beatles Cover refers in particular to ‘Let it be’
the image may be changed to a daylight one if clearer

YARN Rowan Summerlite 4ply cotton
CROCHET 3mm synthetic eg Prym
COVER 15 x 12 rows of squares
general instructions on making in page titled Crochet

QUANTITIES and SHADES
3 – n.419 – Sky – S (Divine intervention) 45 square
3 – n.426 – Girl – G (Female) 45 squares
3 – n.436 – White – W ( Right, Yes) 45 squares
3 – n.438 – Earth – E (Earth) 45 squares

2 – n.433 – Jade – J (Joy) joining and edging

PATTERN (given 23 February 2020)

G G G G S W S S W S E S E E E
G G G G S W W S W W E S W E W
G G G G S W E W W E W W S W E
G G G G S W S W W S E E E E E
G G G G S W S S E W W E W W E
G G G G S W S W E S E E E E E
G G G G S W S S E S E W W E E
G G G G S W S W S W E E W E E
G G G S S W S E S E W S W E E
G G G S S W S S S S W S W E W
G G G S S W S W S E E E W E E
G G G S W W E E S G W S W E E

 

W 312 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.5 Permanent Rose (unused)
n.10 Phthalo Turquoise (unused)
n.9 Amethyst Genuine
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

(tbc)
additional exercise using all materials above

planning
n.5
God’s discomforts perhaps
horizontal elements perhaps
in Permanent Rose, superficial appearances
horizontal lines perhaps

n.10
God’s comforts perhaps
vertical elements perhaps
in Phthalo Turquoise, Duck, avoidance
vertical lines perhaps

n.9
rainbows perhaps
concentric elements perhaps
in Amethyst Genuine, future generations
concentric lines perhaps

summary
horizontal lines in Rose in 5
vertical lines in Turquoise in 10
concentric lines in Amethyst in 9
perhaps

Pak Choi Fennel Lentil Filo Pie

individual portion
trying to keep everything warm before baking the Filo Pie: the Lentils baked 10min are left in the oven another 8min while prepping the Fennel and the Pak Choi stays on the hob in the hot pan with residual heat

70g Puy Lentils, cooked 20min
260g Fennel including stems from previous day, fronds set aside, the rest thinly sliced across and steamed about 10min
40g Semolina, added 160ml hot water, stirred and cooked a few minutes till it comes away from the sides
2 sheets Filo Pastry, frozen, thawed
40g toasted flaked Almonds
20ml Sunflower Oil
1 Albumen
70g Philadelphia Light
320g Pak Choi, stems squared, core quartered, leaves halved
2 cloves garlic finely chopped

Pre-heated oven to 180°C

LENTILS (18min)
Stirred 5ml Sunflower Oil into the Almonds
Stirred the Lentils into the Almonds
Lined 21x16x6cm thick oven dish with baking paper
Right before cooking placed the Filo, folded to just wider, on the baking paper in dish
Spread the Lentils on the Filo
Baked 18min

FENNEL (10min)
In small frypan fried the Fennel in 5ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
added the fronds 7min before the end of cooking

PAK CHOI (10min
In large frypan fried the Pak Choi stems and cores in 5ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
5min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the stems
2min before the end stirred in the Leaves

FILO PIE (20min)
Mixed the Albumen into the Semolina and added the Philadelphia
Pureed the Fennel with hand blender then sieved over a bowl with round ladle
Placed the Fennel back in the pan and reheated, when sizzling turned off the heat and stirred in the Semolina mixture to warm through
Placed the Semolina mixture on the Lentils and carefully spread out
Covered with the Pak Choi, flattened
Baked 20min

complete protein 25.2g
saturated fats 9.4g

W 311 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.9 Perylene Green
n.8 Indanthrene Blue
n.5 Amethyst Genuine
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

20200405

additional exercise using all materials above:

planning
n.9
like cerulean skies perhaps
vast elements perhaps
in Perylene Green, vast emptiness, nothing
vast structures perhaps

n.8
oceans of delight perhaps
large horizontal elements perhaps
in Indanthrene Blue, Twilight, two lights
double horizontal lines perhaps
straight or wavy perhaps

n.5
God’s discomforts perhaps
horizontal elements perhaps
in Amethyst Genuine, future generations
horizontal straight lines perhaps

summary
vast structures in Green in 9
straight or wavy twin horizontal lines in Blue in 8
straight horizontal lines in Amethyst in 5
perhaps

Broccoli Carrot Kidney Bean Filo Pie

individual portion

180g tinned Kidney Beans
30g Table Cheese finely grated
2 sheets Filo Pastry
15ml Sunflower Oil
320g Tenderstem Broccoli sliced and cut into medium thin medium lengths, steamed 10min
270g Carrot sliced medium thin
2 cloves garlic finely chopped
40g smooth Peanut Butter

Preheated oven to 190°C

BEAN FILO (13min)
Right before cooking placed the Filo sheets, folded to just wider than this, into the 21x16x6cm thick oven dish
Spread the Kidney Beans evenly on the Filo
Covered with the Cheese
Baked 13min

BROCCOLI (10min)
In large frypan fried the Broccoli in 5ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
1min before the end stirred in the Peanut Butter as evenly as possible

CARROTS (10min)
In small frypan fried the Carrots in 5ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
5min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Carrots

BEAN FILO PIE (15min)
Blended the Carrots and Albumen with hand blender
Spread this evenly over the Kidney Beans
Covered with the Broccoli and flattened
Baked 15min

complete protein 18.2g
saturated fats 11.5g
uncompleted legume protein 21.7g

W 310 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.10 Aureolin (unused)
n.9 Terre Verte (unused)
n.4 Rhodonite Genuine
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

20200404

additional exercise using all materials above:

planning
n.10
God’s worlds perhaps
round elements perhaps
in Aureolin, Light
round lines, circles perhaps

n.9
rainbows perhaps
concentric elements perhaps
in Terre Verte, nature
concentric lines perhaps

n.4
God’s loving light perhaps
triangle elements perhaps
in Rhodonite Genuine, Girl, female
triangle shapes perhaps

summary
circles in Aureolin in 10
concentric lines in Terre Verte in 9
triangle shapes in Rhodonite in 4
perhaps

Fennel Asparagus Green Lentil Dish

individual portion
small green Lentils seem to absorb more water and may not keep their shape as well as Puy Lentils but baking helps to dry them

70g Small Green Lentils, cooked 20min
40g roasted chopped Hazelnuts
25ml Sunflower Oil
300g Fennel without stem, sliced medium thin, fronds set aside, steamed 10min
250g Asparagus, halved (stringy bits easier to blend if sliced before cooking probably) steamed 10min
30g Mature Cheddar Cheese (n.6) finely grated
1 Albumen
1/2 teaspoon fennel seed
squeeze of lemon juice

Pre-heated oven to 180°C

LENTILS (12min)
Stirred 5ml Sunflower Oil into the Hazelnuts
Mixed in the Lentils
Right before cooking spread the Lentils on 21x16x6cm thick oven dish fully lined with baking paper
Baked 12min

ASPARAGUS (10min)
In large frypan fried the Asparagus in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
After cooking squeezed over some lemon joice

FENNEL (10min)
In small frypan fried the Fennel, fennel seed and fronds in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
At the end of cooking placed the Cheese on top to melt a few minutes

LENTIL DISH (15min)
Poured the Asparagus into a jug with the Albumen and blended well with hand blender
Spread this puree evenly on the Lentils
Covered with the Fennel and Cheese
Baked 15min

complete protein 18.6g
saturated fats 11g
uncompleted legume protein 9.2g

W 309 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.9 Aureolin
n.10 Indigo (unused)
n.8 Permanent Magenta
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

20200403

additional exercise using all materials above:

planning
n.9
rainbows perhaps
concentric elements perhaps
in Aureolin, Light
concentric lines perhaps

n.10
God’s worlds perhaps
round elements perhaps
in Indigo, negative
spheres perhaps

n.8
like galaxies perhaps
round elements perhaps
in Permanent Magenta, structures
spheres perhaps

summary
concentric lines in Aureolin in 9
spheres in Indigo in 10
spheres in Magenta in 8
perhaps