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Virgin Steele - The Black Light Bacchanalia (2010)

I’ve been listening to this album since it came out. I’ve never been able to sit through the entire run-time of 76 fucking minutes. I don’t mind a long album. 331 more words

Metal Reviews

March 2014: May I have some more?

March was a turning point in my foodie journey no doubt. After forgetting about my spreadsheet of desserts and cafes, I have started going to more discerning (and admittedly expensive) places in Singapore. 968 more words

Food Diary

What's Poppin'? Pop Art Gourmet Popcorn

I popped into Whole Foods yesterday and there was a huge display of new popcorn flavors right by the front entrance. I was immediately intrigued by flavors like Rosemary Truffle, Thai Coconut Curry, White Pepper Parmesan and White Cheddar Jalapeno. 174 more words



Bacchanalia serves reinvented classics and thought-provoking dishes that are influenced by flavours, techniques and premium ingredients from around the world, with its chefs from the well-known restaurant The Fat Duck. 502 more words


Scandalum Magnatum

“Tally ho! Tally ho! To hounds! To hounds!” the roar of the huntsman’s bugle echoes off the ancient walls of Westminster Hall, whilst the hunters careen, wheel, and gallop after the fox who having leapt down the stairs ahead of them is now bounding frantically towards the Member’s Lobby. 985 more words

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The Festival of the Roman god Bacchus, god of agriculture and wine. Bacchanalia were originally held in secret in the grove of Simila on three days of the year and only women could attend.