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Sausages 4Ever
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Sausages 4Ever: this is going to be the best blog in the world.[…]

Things to do with half a carton of orange juice.
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Things to do with half a carton of orange juice.
a) Drink it
b) Drink it with gin
c) Drink it with Vodka
d) Brown a chicken leg, with onion and a bit of red pepper. When nicely browned pour the orange juice on, and let stew for about twenty minutes. […]

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Ooh that’s a Big One
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Ooh that’s a Big One
I went to see Belle and Sebastian at Somerset House earlier this month and at the bar, they sold two pint plastic glasses.

The first glass you see is a normal pint glass in my hand. I was drunk and channelling Father Ted […]

Tuica
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Tuica
Of all the booze I brought back from Romania (including this tasty little goer), the strangest is Romania’s national drink, Tuica.
Brewed from the latest technology tuica stings your throat like grappa’s crazy cousin. Basically, it[…]

Tomato soup, I love you
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Tomato soup, I love you — tomato soup has always been one of my vices, graduating from the basic Campbell’s can plus milk combination of my younger days to something more elaborate and tasty in various combination since. And tonight for […]

Picoletta
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Picoletta: food blog! Only just got going. What amazes me is the VAST list of food blogs on its sidebar – we have been lagging in our linkage, there’s a veritable gobblesphere out there…[…]

In praise of fresh corn
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In praise of fresh corn — I realized last night that corn (or maize if you will) on the cob is truly a divine food. Basically I’m lucky enough to have a couple of friends who raise a number of plants on a small plot of communal garden, a[…]

ON GETTING A LIFE
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ON GETTING A LIFE:
one of the funnier and/or more charming aspects of the respectabilisation of political blogs in the US over the past three-to-five months has been the fact that a. a whole bunch got invited to (and given fairly generous treatment […]

On Do You See they’re having a pleasant little chat about childhood and film
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On Do You See they’re having a pleasant little chat about childhood and film, as set off by Police Academy gaining a place in the world’s first scientifically-based Top 100 Films Ever ever.
Now I’m so little of a film buff that fi[…]

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On the Buses
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On the Buses
I went to the 50th Birthday Bash for the Routemaster at Finsbury Park on Sunday. I say ‘went’, but for the record, I popped in on my way to Tescos rather than planned my day around a visit to see the buses.

I like routemast[…]

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