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Problems With 'Rubaiyat"

“A book of verses underneath the bough
A flask of wine, a loaf of bread and thou
Beside me singing in the wilderness
And wilderness is paradise now ” ( Omar Khayyam,’Rubaiyat’) 239 more words

Just Ramblings

The English Experience

In my part of France the British have a reputation for renovating old houses with good taste. You only have to look at interior features in the regional glossy magazines to see that many Brits have invested time and love in creating homes to die for. 760 more words

France

Thyme and Garlic Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto

I have spent the last two weeks being naively optimistic that we had seen the last of the snow for this season… I hear the ringing of cynical laughter of locals in my ears. 511 more words

Home Cooking

Chicken & Root Vegetable Casserole

I’m being good about #monthlyveg this month and making sure I cook with rutabagas right from the start. This is my 2nd dinner with it so far and I have quite a few recipes lined up and ready to try in the next 2 weeks. 333 more words

Food

Mon 16th March 2015: On 'Best Before' Dates...

I finished this jar of Marmite this morning.  I took its picture because the ‘Best Before’ date printed on the label is September 2006.

Best Before dates are only an indication of quality.   105 more words

Love Food Hate Waste

Marmite Splitty

Jersey Boy

PHOTOGRAPHY:DAVEWARREN WORDS:IG

Some people might think hacking the rear arches out of a Splitty and fitting hoofing great American muscle car wheels is sacrilege… other won’t be able to get enough of this bus.

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If I Break by Portia Moore

I saw this book advertised as being free for download the other day and thought why the heck not? I don’t tend to read the blurbs on these books that are advertised in my news feeds because if it’s free I’m going to grab it regardless … I mean who doesn’t like free books right? 1,354 more words

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