• Five Great Cook Books

    Five Great Cook Books

    Jamie’s Ministry of Food A fantastic book for anyone like me who is a bit of a rookie chef, containing brilliantly simple and tasty recipes. The book takes you through everything in basic steps and includes lots of photos so you can keep checking your delicious food is looking as it should. Nathan Outlaw’s British Seafood Great book for any seafood enthusiastic. Beautifully presented and a great coffee table book as well as containing cover to cover scrumptiousness. The book…

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    Three on Thursday – The Joy Formidable

    Three on Thursday – The Joy Formidable

    Three on Thursday has been a bit of a sausage fest so far, so I thought i’d try and get some girl power going. Don’t worry not the Spice Girls, just some quality Welsh alt rock from The Joy Formidable. I love their vigor and big, but intimate sound. Great to listen to while doing anything fun and exciting.   The Joy Formidable – Cradle   The Joy Formidable – This Ladder Is Ours   The Joy Formidable – Whirring

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    Retro Cornish Postcards

    Retro Cornish Postcards

    Following on from my Black and White Cornish Postcards, I thought I’d put up a few slightly later but still fairly old postcards. These date from around the 60’s and 70’s.   Lands End   Gyllyngvase Beach, Falmouth   St Ives   Penzance   Newquay   Falmouth   My personal favourite

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    Game of Thrones and why you NEED to watch it.

    Game of Thrones and why you NEED to watch it.

      There aren’t many television programs that I’m a die hard fan of… but Game of Thrones is one of them. I had heard a few people tell me how good it was but I hadn’t taken much notice. Then one rainy day I didn’t have much to do and decided to check it out. The opening scenes get you hooked massively and from then on, its a rollercoaster ride of viewing excitement. The characters are brilliant, some of the…

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    My all time favourite print

    My all time favourite print

    This is my favourite print ever, I have a large copy of it proudly on display in my Man Cave. I love the power of the waves and the overall composition. (top trivia – it also inspired the Quicksilver logo) Edit: Totally forgot to say what it was (doh) anywho it is – The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai

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