Monthly Archives: May 2013

A couple of things from today!

My wife does a small amount of private English tutoring; she is the main carer for our son so it is nice for her to be able to do something away from that life every once in a while to

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Gooey Kinder Souffle Cake!

Kinder Chocolate Bar

Watch any randomly selected cookery competition on television and there is one dessert that strikes fear into the heart of the most seasoned professional chef it seems; chocolate soufflé! It has to be said, on the few occasions I have

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Swedish Asparagus!

I had fully intended to make a nice healthy tuna salad for tea tonight, but time is short, work is long and I needed something quick with quite a low-calorie count – step in the Ikea food bag!   Ingredients: Grated

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All quiet on the ramblings front…

Hi, just a note to anybody who still follows this blog… I am spending most of my time on the ‘Run fat boy, run!’ blog at the moment, please check it out… Ramblings is not finished by any means, I

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Feeding the ducks…

One of Edward’s favourite things to do at the moment is feeding the ducks. Our local university has a lovely boating lake at the bottom of campus which has loads of wildfowl and squirrels. Edward particularly loves the moorhens that make

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Kinder Coffee…

You may think from the title of this post, that it is about Coffee that is better for you or produced in an environmentally friendly way. Whilst I am sure that these would be worthy posts, this post if actually

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