Cooking in London

In London we had a full kitchen so we were able to cook some meals for ourselves which is always a feeling of comfort!
That means I was able to have my official egg + cheese sandwich and tea every morning for breakfast:
Grocery shopping at Tesco.  The price of ketchup was so cheap we almost bought cases to bring home.
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We made tacos one night.  The cheese isn’t as shredded here, it’s more chopped, I like it better this way.
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Pre-packaged pizza, it was ok.
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Spaghetti and meatballs with pasta sauce that cost about 60 cents.  This was a great meal!
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One night we had chicken sandwiches with steamed vegetables.  It was delicious, I could go for that sandwich right now to be honest.
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Virgin Atlantic Airplane Food

Virgin Atlantic had pretty great airplane food.
From NYC to London:
For breakfast:
A delicious apple muffin with as much tea as I wanted (keep it coming). 
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For lunch, I had vegetable curry which was delicious.
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Matthew had some beef, mashed potatoes, vegetable medley.  He said it was good.
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Dessert was Tiramisu!
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On the return:
In London, waiting at the airport, let’s have a chocolate croissant and a banana.  This seems balanced.
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From London to New York:
I had vegetable pasta with white sauce.  The roll was MMMMMMM.
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Then I had Gu, which can be described as a amazing chocolate/cherry pudding experience.  And more tea.
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Then it was time for “Afternoon tea”.  Ok, sure, why not. I had to give Matthew my sandwich, it had mayo on it, yuck.  But I ate that Great British cupcake – you bet I did!
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Snowmen Corn Muffins

I bought a silicone snowmen muffin mold last winter and never used it.  Today when cleaning out my crafts cabinet, I found it.  Immediately, I needed to make something! It’s December already! It’s December 3rd!  It’s chilly.  I want something sweet, but I don’t want to eat cookies right now.  Well actually I do want to eat cookies right now but I am saving that sweet tooth for mid/end of month.  I’m trying real hard, but man there is delicious sweets on every corner bakery.  I see you snowman cupcake winking at me, hey red and green glittery cinnabun smiling at me, oh hello gingerbread dancing at me! I love you all,  but I wanted muffins tonight.  Corn muffins! So let’s make some…

Full ingredients/instructions behind the cut.

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