Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sweet potato on a fire

While uploading the latest recipe to be published in Scouting magazine, I realised I’d forgotten to put up this one from earlier in the summer. As a little reminder, you can find plenty more of these under the cookstrips tag. … Continue reading

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Baked apples

For anyone who has missed the work of Derek Wright (proprietor of The Jerky Shack) in my recent cookstrips, you will be pleased to see that he has returned for the October issue of Scouting magazine.

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Indelicate matters

‘Have you ever thought that there are loads of funny ways of saying you’re off for a poo, but not many to say you’re off for a slash?’ My brother is a man with his mind firmly engaged upon the … Continue reading

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It’s not what you’re born with

I started a new job last week, and as part of my induction process I have been required to complete various bits of e-learning. They have been the usual sorts of things – how to lift a box, fire safety, … Continue reading

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Nothing like a challenge

Apologies for the radio silence of late. A week away camping was preceded by a week of hectic social engagements, preceded by my most ambitious ever illustration job. A former colleague, long-serving and much-loved, was departing my old workplace, and … Continue reading

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The Cardozo Picture Palace

In a recent post about the film portfolio of Arnold Schwarzenegger, I mentioned that we used to have film nights at our flat on Cardozo Road, which for such occasions we re-branded The Cardozo Picture Palace. Though we did from … Continue reading

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