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Draw Something: Marmite

Mmmm.. Marmite. The more sticky, liquidy version of the Australian Vegemite. It’s probably the best specimen to explain the term “acquired taste” to someone  – either you love it or you find it absolutely revolting. 75 more words


US Chocolate

Chocolate is a perfect food, as wholesome as it is delicious, a beneficent restorer of exhausted power. it is the best friend of those engaged in literary pursuits. 124 more words


Cheese & Marmite Scones


This recipe makes 8 huge scones but I can’t get enough of them at the moment so only huge will do. I love cheese scones anyway but the Marmite in them makes for an extra tasty, flavourful bake. 382 more words


Marmite Danger - Clearly Not Custard

So this is a short and unfortunately sharp post.

This morning I was carrying my Marmite jar with some SnackVites and cheese and also some jam for some balance you know… I was asked a question and being very keen to answer it I became distracted and in slow motion the Marmite Jar slipped out of my hands and fell on to the tiled floor. 198 more words


Marmite Spaghetti 

This is a dish I make when I’m in a rush or if we have have nothing for dinner or lunch. It’s great sprinkled with cheese and parsley but this is the basic recipe. 152 more words


What food do you miss when away from your native country?

Now hands up if when you’re away from your native country, you miss some of your favourite foods if they are not readily available. I’ve got an Australian friend, who when she goes back to Australia, returns to the UK with her suitcase, packed full of her favourite foods. 406 more words


No. 15: Marmite

Photo credit: The Telegraph

“Marmite is perhaps the most contentious item in this entire book, or at least that’s what its marketing department would have everyone believe. 126 more words