The Domesday Morris came to Orkney and entertained with a variety of dances.
Don't quote me, check first, I likely dreamt it up.
One for the children to get involved with. Pizza pastries, even the name should be enough to bring them running to the kitchen.
Today is International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition.
The Fall of Slavery
by John Harris 1838
Last weekend saw the end to the agricultural shows in Orkney, to celebrate I’ve chosen The Holy Fair, how much has changed I wonder.
This is a new dish which I’ve called Tex Mex Chicken to be served with spaghetti.
The Christian Radich had an open day in Kirkwall on Monday, here is a wee account of our visit.
This has to be the quickest and easiest of Asian soups….
Sometimes when looking for inspiration on choosing which poem to use, I look up to see if the day has any significance, well lo and behold is today not National Rice Pudding […]
Kirkwall Museum, one of many jewels in Orkney’s magnificent crown
The HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier set sail from Rosyth dockyard on Monday 26th June under the command of Captain Jerry Kyd to embark on her extensive sea trials.