Monthly Archives: December 2008

Happy New Year

  Happy New Year from Edinburgh!  

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Dish Of The Day

Are you still wondering, at this late hour, what to serve for Christmas dinner?  For the carnivores among you I’d suggest a bird of some sort, but which one?  Turkey can be a bit bland,  goose has more flavour but … Continue reading

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Aberdeen Man Lost At Sea

Up til now I’ve resisted  the temptation to comment on David Tennant’s back injury and his replacement as Hamlet by understudy Edward Bennett, for fear of looking like a Tennant-obsessive. However, this headline made me laugh so much that I had to share it. Something is … Continue reading

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The One With The Ribbon Drawer

I think I’ve always liked to have my preferences and prejudices confirmed by what I watch or read.  ‘I wish I’d written that’ I might think while reading a particularly incisive piece of prose.  I hurl abuse at the television and radio when … Continue reading

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