Most normal people are fed up with the ferrets-in-a-sack natutre of the Brexit debate and are rapidly approaching a similar degree of annoyance with the angels-on-pinheads sideshow of the Tory leadership contest. The combination of a flawed parliamentary system of government with a media fixated on its esoteric nuances. The general public seems not only […]
Lerwick, or Leirvik (Muddy Bay) in Old Norse, is the main town of the Shetland Islands. It has a population of 7,500 which is approximately one third of the total population of Shetland. Most people are employed in the North Sea Oil business, tourism or fishing. The cold, clear waters around Shetland are teeming with […]
Eat Better, Feel Better: The Anti-Anxiety Diet It’s all when it comes to anxiety, depression, and panic attacks, sometimes too simple to get trapped with what’s happening in the mind and forget by what you’re investing in the body. You can find amount of meals and beverages which will help or hinder with regards to […]
Annapurna. The Goddess of the Harvest. This majestic mountain mastiff is circumnavigated by a 230 km trek that climbs a total height of 4656m from the starting point in Besisahar to the pass at Thorung La, teetering on the brink of the Tibetan Plateau. Often voted the best long-distance hike in the world, in Nepal […]
Anti-pollution beauty products are essential in today’s society. The planet is in a state of unrest. Between rising pollution levels – from London to Tokyo -to the plastic blight plaguing our oceans. There has never been a greater outcry surrounding environmental issues. Pollution has horrible consequences on the planet and it also harms humans. It […]
My intention for today’s Monday Adventure was to cover as much of one of the Upper Nithsdale Poetry Trails as I could, in order to check whether the routes I have mapped out actually work, and to know how long they actually are. Some of my workings-out with these routes so far have been approximations […]
We follow the scent of the Vietnamese banh mi as history tells us the dark origins of the Vietnamese banh mi,and how it managed to emerge from the smoke as one of the world’s favorite sandwiches.
Dekker, Thomas. The second part of The honest whore, with the humors of the patient man, the impatient wife : the honest whore, perswaded by strong arguments to turne curtizan againe, her braue refuting those arguments (London : Printed by Elizabeth All-de, for Nathaniel Butter, 1630) Sotheby’s 1856 lot 262. ESTC S109537. Unlocated.
Cathedral St. Etienne, Metz, France Alas, it seems that it was not meant to be my year. My submission for the inaugural A. A. Gill Amateur Food Award seems to have sunk without a trace. Maybe I’m not such a good writer as I thought? Perhaps my slightly acerbic intro piqued the judges in the […]
Part A I can’t leave a tale half told, so from a young boys’ outlook of the war to a young lady’s perspective, Mum, Laura Batt was at the time living in Mackenders Lane, Eccles in the house called “Claremont” With her dad Percy and her elder sister Dorothy. Here are her memories of the […]
SCONES Scones , a british baked food. The first time I had scones was in London and I really loved it. Often eaten with Jam and cream. The Sweetness is very mild and goes well with a cup of tea. Ingredients: 2 Cups Flour 2 Heaped Tsp Baking Powder 2 tbsp of Powdered Sugar 100 […]
For a Monday my mind is ALL.OVER.THE.PLACE I’m struggling today and it’s the 3:30 slump so there aintttt no focusing on anything until I get a cuppa and a Snickers bar down me. Have I ever been this tired in my life? Probs not. During this time I thought I’d try and cast my mind […]
Navigating menopause is no easy task. Menopause Minute addresses the challenges and issues of this phase of life and offers quick read tips, solutions, personal stories and expert interviews.
Creative Oceanic are delighted to announce the launch of the inaugural Food Awards Ontario 2019.