Top trolling, making sure we had to hike up a bloody great hill to get there (Mr P was very fond of a hike over moorland, especially if it had a pint at the end of it).
Top trolling, stipulating the 1655 Book of Common Prayer service that the vicar was clearly unfamiliar with and kept stumbling over.
And well done for picking Jerusalem, which both me and Dad could boom out in our sleep.
Requiescat in pace, Alan Petford.
Call me a geek, but I’m a bit obsessed with the history of food. Contrary to popular belief, even the most “authentic” dishes are often influenced by ingredients or techniques from other parts of the world. That’s because the journey of food parallels the journey of humankind, taking unexpected twists and turns, which bring ingredients […]
This is what happens when I’m craving two comfort foods at the same time. Instead of making both, I made a hybrid ultra-moist meatloaf with all the flavor of a good chili con carne that’s been simmering away for hours. Head over to PBS Food for my full post and recipe. continue →
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For those of you following along with The Traveling Photographer series, Lynda has just posted the New York City episode.
This is a city I have visited many times, so we tried to distill this visit down to a small collection of very cool photo experiences. I hope you like it.
Lastly, NYC completes the series—for now, anyway. Whether or not it continues will be determined solely by how many views it gets. So thanks in advance for your support.
There’s nothing better than a thick split pea soup, redolent of smoked ham and caramelized onions on a bleak winter day. But while the rich soup may warm your body and soul, most split pea soups look a bit like the inside of a soiled diaper. Nauseating metaphors aside, have you ever looked at a […]