I thought I would share a web site that has been making my mouth water. Puds You Like is a pretty self descriptive title. It is an ever growing collection of pudding recipes accompanied by tempting photographs. Measurements are helpfully given in both metric and imperial units, and the instructions given are comprehensive. How do
I was driving along earlier this afternoon half listening to the Food Programme on Radio 4 when I heard them say that Capreolus Fine Foods of Rampisham in West Dorset were one of the three short listed candidates in the ‘Best Food Producer‘ category of the ‘BBC Food And Farming Awards‘. The winner will be announced
There is a Yeovil based business that has always amused me. Whenever I have seen ‘Puffin Cleaners‘ I have imagined customers strolling up carrying pet carriers containing grubby sea birds that they wish to have cleaned. Of course ‘Puffin Cleaners‘ is just a rather novel and memorable name for an established firm of dry cleaners.
I received an email this morning from the Mighty Deals web site with a time limited offer for the Google Nexus 7 Android Tablet Computer for £132. I thought to myself which Nexus 7 tablet is that? Google originally brought out the seven inch Nexus 7 Android Tablet Computer in 2012. In 2013 they replaced
I picked up a few things in Waitrose yesterday and took advantage of their free newspaper for myWaitrose cardholders and picked up a copy of The Observer. Towards the back of the newspaper I spotted on of those ‘readers offers‘ style adverts for ‘Cordless mini dehumidifiers‘. Now I own a full size electric dehumidifier and
I spotted some good advice on Twitter from Dr Phil Hammond about checking medical records before they are uploaded to the new care.data medical record database.
Wandering around Weymouth recently I spotted the advertising board pictured below for the Marlboro restaurant and take-away. The thing that caught my eye was the prominence of the offering of ‘Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Mackerel Bap’. I was surprised to see his name being used to promote food all the way over in Weymouth. There seem to
I recently had problems with my broadband connection and while trying to track down the source of the problem I swapped the ADSL microfilter on the telephone socket supplying my BT broadband router. These ADSL microfilters are the splitters that separate the telephone voice signal from the broadband signal so that they do not interfere.
I came across a mention of Beer Cheese Soup which seems to be reasonably well known in the USA but pretty much unheard of here in Britain. A Google search turned up page after page of recipes for Beer Cheese Soup The ingredients vary quite a bit between recipes but most seem to recommend using
Back in February 1966 Australia changed its currency and went decimal. Out went Australian Pounds, Shillings and Pence to be replaced with Australian Dollars and Cents. Two new Dollars would be equivalent to one old Pound. To educate the citizens of Australia about the change the government came up with a short animated film which