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Pepperpot and Eaves Wood, Silverdale

Today’s walk was a fun and easy 2-2.5 mile out and back (or loop) walk up to the Pepperpot monument in Eaves Wood, Silverdale.  The views from the top reach as far as Ingleborough, Morecambe, Warton Crag, Arnside Knott, Morecambe, Heysham, the Blackpool Tower, Barrow and beyond. 281 more words

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The Power of Pepperpot

Placed in the centre of the table, elevated among a pile of woven wicker mats, is the ‘Pepperpot’. The crowned Christmas dish of Guyana. The… 559 more words

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Antigua and Barbuda: Pepperpot and fungee

For real, I’m starting to think this portion of the blog should be called “misadventures around the world” or something like that. Even when the recipes turn out really good (as in today), there’s always something that goes wrong during the process. 997 more words

Exploring From My Kitchen

Shopping & selling at handmade events

It’s been a busy few weeks lately at PepperPot and I’ve been really enjoying branching out into making a new range of dolls. I’ve also been spending my weekends at handmade markets. 451 more words

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Random Facts: Guyana

Guyana marked their independence from Britain on 26th May 1966.

Guyana, formerly British Guiana, is the only country in South America in which English is the official language, but most Guyanese speak Guyanese Creole, or “broke broke English” as they commonly call it. 118 more words

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