Mr Sticky has learnt that I need to be kept feed and watered at all times or it’s entirely likely that the Hangry Beast will rear her ugly head. Definition: Hangry is when you become so hungry you get angry.
And it happens to me more often than I care to admit. I’m not proud of it, but I cannot be held responsible for my Hangry actions.
Sometimes when I am coming out of Hangry Beast mode – usually when Mr Sticky has thrown a cupcake my way like a grenade – I think, “If I’m Hangry after two hours without a snack – How do people living on the poverty line cope?!”
It’s really easy to think of the typical picture of starving people being overseas in a poor African country. That picture is very real, but surely it’s not happening here in the lucky country?
I was pretty alarmed to hear that – Yes, some Australians are really, truly hungry (and maybe a little Hangry). Each year 2 million Aussies are relying on food relief and around half of these are children. That’s 1 in every 10 Aussies!
The Potluck Club e-book features 50 pages of mouthwatering recipes from Australian food bloggers.
The e-book retails for $5.95 and all proceeds go to Foodbank, Australia’s largest food relief organisation. Each copy sold will fund a dozen meals for those in need.
You get two versions of the book – a mobile device-friendly portrait and a pc/printer-friendly landscape formats.
My little contribution to The Potluck Club e-book is a recipe for Apple Tea Streusel Muffins. Quick and easy to prepare, but still a really special afternoon tea treat.