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7 Adorably Horrifying Pictures of the South American Goliath Spider

If you didn’t hear about the 30 cm long Goliath Spider that was discovered this week (or want to see pictures of it), here’s 7 pictures of the really creepy beast.

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Chicago Eats: Carnivale

If you couldn’t tell from our earlier post, our minds are in vacation mode and chillin’ on the beaches of Brazil. With that being said, we felt that Carnivale Restaurant would be an appropriate choice for our next Around The Way Food post. 371 more words


Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Vibrant Colours in La Boca

La Boca is one of the poorer barrios (neighbourhoods) in Buenos Aires. Its location near the port made it a logical place to live for fishermen and dockworkers.

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Bodega, Worcester

I was always a bit resentful towards Bodega when I first moved to Birmingham. Yes, the food is ridiculously tasty, the cocktails are works of art and the carnival atmosphere in there is unrivaled, but I’d spent the last three year’s living in Nottingham and ‘Bodega’, to me, was a a completely different kettle of fish. 191 more words


When a friend first told me about a place called “Hoosegow”, I thought she had made a typing mistake. Literally translated, “hoosegow” means “prisoner”. If I recall my conversation with the staff member correctly, the food is so good here, you become a “prisoner” of the food. 352 more words

Adelaide Food Central

Chilli Con Carne

Autumn is well and truly here all of a sudden, and just as quickly my want of hot comfort food has leapt into action. The great thing about a chilli is you can make up a huge batch and it will last all week, getting better even as the flavours mature in the fridge. 319 more words

British & American

Potted Delights - Oxalis perdicaria 'Citrino'

I have a bit of a thing about bulbs. I just love them.  I love the fact that you plant a small dry bulb and within 6 months you can have a stunningly beautiful plant. 396 more words