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we are the world: an international apple tart

Last week we had a work lunch where we were told to bring something that represented our heritage. Now, this was a little bit of a loaded question for me as my family have lived in New Zealand since the 1860’s so we are by all means very Kiwi, yet our actual heritage from before that time is from all over the place; Scotland, Norway, Italy and Greece, apparently the Near East a little bit too. 354 more words

Food

THE HISTORY OF ROCK 'N' ROLL - 1957 PART TWO

THE DIAMONDS – BUDDY KNOX – MICKEY & SILVIA – THE DEL-VIKINGS – THE RAYS – THE BOBBETTES – LAVERN BAKER – LARRY WILLIAMS – LLOYD PRICE – EDDIE COCHRAN – JERRY LEE LEWIS – THE EVERLY BROTHERS… 9,160 more words

MUSIC

As the Story is Told: Homes


This Georgian style home was formerly owned by the late Pearl (Fisher) McNeill. We are led to believe that it was built in the 1870s for the Smith family – James, george, Frances, Jane, Sarah and Elizabeth. 33 more words

Ontario

Local Means Quality and Heritage

When you walk through ours doors at the corner of Park and Market in North Hills it is nearly impossible not to notice our expansive chalkboard, featuring a depiction of the state of North Carolina. 382 more words

The Real Food Revolution

Haroset: Good Food for Good Friday

Cozybookbasics is pleased to update and republish this blog post from April, 2012.

This recipe from Biblical times is full of favorite ingredients and is perfect for light entertaining. 489 more words

Books

A Stroll Through Woodbridge House.

A few years ago I learned that the National Trust owns properties which can be visited by the general public. I’m slowly making my way through the list of properties. 337 more words

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The Jack Jackson Recording Studios

There are museums that specialise in all sorts of things if you know where to find them – I saw an extraordinary collection of vacuum cleaners at Knebworth House and once I was taken to the Erotic Art Museum in Hamburg.   207 more words

Humour