Here is a wee poem about earmuffs which were invented on this day in 1877.
Don't quote me, check first, I likely dreamt it up.
Today’s dish is Stifado with a Scottish twist, as with many Scottish dishes, I put the tatties in with the meat.
Yesterday was Shrove Tuesday, today is Ash Wednesday, here it a poem about Lent.
As today is Shrove Tuesday here is my take on Pancakes made with Summer Fruits and drizzled over with Golden Syrup.
I’ve been saying for approximately 18 months that I’d write this article, but perhaps understandably I’ve been putting it off, as some events in your life you just don’t want to ever revisit, however a fortnight ago whilst on Twitter a video of a wedding reception dropped onto my news feed.
Watching Westminster and the Brexit debate today left me with no other choice but to find an appropriate poem. I despair……
“KICK THE CAN”
Kleftiko is a Greek Lamb dish which is often made in paper parcels. Tasty and easy to compile this is a super dish for Sunday dinner.
Traditional meatloaf is a tasty way to use minced beef. This is a quick and easy video and recipe to follow.
On this day in 1472 Orkney and Shetland were given to Scotland by Norway as a dowry payment.
Today’s poem is a song:
“Life Is A Cabaret Old Chum”