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Baby snails venturing outdoors #nationalescargotday

Sunday 24th May is National Escargot Day and the weather is good enough for the babies to go outside at last. Just keep your fingers crossed we don’t get a late frost. 223 more words

Molluscs And Me

Woking: Cafe Rouge

Over the bank holiday, I traveled into Woking to meet up with some friends. Our plan was to go to The Lightbox to see the Damien Hirst collection (which is there until the 5th July 2015 for anyone interested), and then walk down the canal. 593 more words

Cafe Rouge

Westbourne Restaurants

Hi,

So my folks are around and enjoying the South Coast at the moment, they are staying for the next few days. As well as showing them our new house (hopefully) and the place we are getting married (I’d hope that is a definite and not a hopefully!), we are eating out rather a lot. 78 more words

Bournemouth

Cafe Rouge 5: Ron's Path Version 1.0

“I could hear them.”

“Coming, closer, and closer.”

“Louder…. and louder.”

“Every once in a while, I looked over my shoulder, glancing cautiously at my surroundings.” 5,372 more words

Romance

Restaurant Review: Cafe Rouge, The Mailbox, Birmingham

It’s rare that I eat at chain restaurants. Not because of a sense of snobbery, just because there’s so much choice out there, and so much good cuisine, that it seems somewhat unimaginative. 635 more words

Mixed Reviews

UK's first snail sommelier @CafeRougeTweet

To celebrate the launch of their new menu Cafe Rouge appointed me the UK’s first snail sommelier and asked me to help promote their new dish Ragout d’Escargots. 181 more words

Cafe Rouge

At the President's Birthday Ball

Mickey McMickle, Johnny Best, Zeke Zarchy, Billy May (tp); Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Jimmy Priddy, Frank D’Annolfo (tb); Skip Martin, Wilbur Schwartz, Ernie Caceres, Tex Beneke, Al Klink (reeds); Chummy MacGregor (p); Bobby Hackett (g & cornet); Doc Goldberg (b); Maurice Purtill (d); Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke, The Modernaires (vcl); Bill Finegan, Jerry Gray, Billy May (arr). 931 more words

Glenn Miller