So I read on the internet (duh!!) that it was possible to freeze eggs. All you had to do was crack them into a muffin tin and freeze them individually. Then when you defrost them all you had to do was simply whisk them together and use them in cakes or an omelette or something. Nope, didn't work. The yolks were brick hard on defrosting and couldn't be whisked. 6 eggs wasted but worth a shot.
Then my second disaster of the day. I've made my GF bread once a week for 2 years now and didn't do anything different today. When I went back to my loaf tin sitting in warm water, instead of finding risen dough I found it had overturned into the water and the contents floating. *sigh*
I seriously considered not bothering with my planned eveing meal, just in case it got wrecked too. I chopped up 2 wrinkly peppers from Lidl that had been languishing in the fridge for a couple of weeks. I chopped up the last onion in the veg basket. I sauted all the veg with a couple of garlic cloves then added 2 cartons of basics chopped tomatoes, a shake of Worcester sauce, a squeeze of tomato ketchup and a goodly sprinkle of mixed herbs. It simmered for about 20 mins until thick and turned into a chunky tomato sauce.
I defrosted some yellow stickered sausages.
I skinned them and cut each one in half then rolled each half into a meatball shape.
After 20 mins in a hot oven they looked like this.
GF pasta, tomato sauce and meatballs. Delicious! Phew!!