Monthly Archives: February 2008
As you might have guessed from the lack of postings this week, I’m away at the moment. It may only be Surrey, but internet access isn’t all it could be and nothing remarkable on the food stakes has inspired me. … Continue reading
Although it was only released last week, Delia’s controversial book of cheats is going cheap in Manchester city centre. And it’s the same story with online sales – Amazon has it for half price too. A sign of success or … Continue reading
A chocolate manicure? Are you sure. When the press release for this delight dropped into my inbox it prompted some incredulity. Having your fingernails painted with chocolate? Apparently you can get “a chocoholics delight this Easter with a deluxe chocolate … Continue reading
OK it’s confession time. After committing to paper (well blog posting) my intention to cut back a bit in the interest of flab reduction, I’ll come clean. After a few days I did fall off the wagon big style. I … Continue reading
I was somewhat perversely cheered to see Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall on television last night chop his fingers in a remarkably similar accident to my own.
“See” I cheered, “even the professionals do it!”.
Delia’s done it again. The queen of homely cooking has prompted some surprise – and a little fury – for her suggestion that frozen mash is the way forward.
“Delia, for the love of God”…………
I only ask because you may be unaware that Valentine’s Day falls during National Chip Week.
“And then it is all let down by inconsistency in the food. This, I am told, is Manchester’s vice.” And so another London critic gives the city’s dining scene a kicking. But are they right? Having not yet been to … Continue reading