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I Believe in Gregg’s Sausage Rolls

Gregg’s Sausage Roll Baby Jesus

You know Gregg’s sausage rolls are my favourite blog topic. I’ve talked before about how the humble pastry is used to establish ordinariness, citing Ed Sheeran’s Twitter team as the most skilled at carefully curating Ed’s ordinariness. 753 more words

Fiction

Savoury drinks party treats, snacks and canapés

I know it’s only November but if you’re thinking about hosting a Christmas or New Year drinks party then here are a few tried and tested ideas for popular party treats and canapés that I think you’ll find helpful…..and delicious of course! 917 more words

Recipes

Bonfire Night Veggie Haggis Sausage Rolls with Firecracker Sauce

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Enjoy these spiced vegetarian haggis sausage rolls at your Bonfire Night party, or other outdoor autumn/winter gathering. Wrap the pastries in a double layer of foil to keep warm. 1,024 more words

Vegan

Sausage Rolls, Innit?

By Jimmy Doyle, edited by Imani Chubb.

Britain is truly on its knees, consumed by a wave of wishy-washy state intervention. The latest crack in the already fragile teapot? 600 more words

Satire

Sausage rolls packed with veggies

Hi everyone,

Here’s a really tasty and simple recipe for you which is packed with veggies. It’s made even easier by using shop bought puff pastry. 291 more words

Family Food

Bio Changes and Eating Gregg's Sausage Rolls

Bing Bong My Profile’s Gone

Rebranding Again?

I just completed rebranding my bio and profile photos across all the sites where it appears. If anyone wonders what a writer does all day, it took all day to change Wordpress, Gravatar, my blog, website, Outlook, Facebook page About and Story sections, Twitter, Goodreads, Amazon US, Amazon UK, Linked In and Google. 573 more words

Fiction

You can take our sausage rolls but you will never take our freedom!

The other week I wrote about how parents were complaining that schools weren’t teaching their kids to swim, stating unequivocally that it was the school’s responsibility to do so. 621 more words