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The Mini Book of Major Events

The Mini Book of Major Events

Illustrator and designer Evan Lorenzen has an admirably relaxed outlook on the history of the world, which helped him put the most important events on Earth into a teeny tiny book called “The Mini Book of Major Events.” It starts with the rise of the first life form and ends [...]

Creamy Rigatoni with Tomatoes and Sausage

Creamy Rigatoni with Tomatoes and Sausage

“Creative home cooking with a foodie flair”  is what Bev Cooks aims to provide her readers with. Bev Cooks’ blog uses comical writing, delicious recipes and beautiful photography to create gourmet delights which are easy to do yourself.  This week Bev offers some hearty home cooking packed full of mouth [...]

Paneer, Spinach & Chickpea Curry

Paneer, Spinach & Chickpea Curry

Enjoy an alternative to meat with this aromatic Indian inspired paneer, spinach and chickpea curry. This week’s recipe is a comforting meat free korma curry from www.meatfreeweek.com, an Australian website campaign supporting the ethical/humane production of meat. Meat Free Week in Australia is all about receiving sponsors for giving up meat for one week. The whole idea of the [...]

Clams in a Light Fennel & Shallot Broth

Clams in a Light Fennel & Shallot Broth

Embrace the return of the sunshine with this light summertime dish from Aran, author of the Cannelle Et Vanille food, life and photography blog.  This week’s recipe is a gluten free dish that mixes a delightful array of ingredients and flavourings.  With a beautiful colour palette this recipe is a treat on the eyes as [...]

Gutsy Lamb Shank & Shiraz Pie

Gutsy Lamb Shank & Shiraz Pie

A regular now to our weekly Sunday features is professional foodie blogger Katie Quinn Davies. This week we’re getting ready for the winter chill with a seasonal baked pie recipe that is guaranteed to warm your cockles on any cold evening. Her signature ‘rustic’ approach to cooking and documenting her [...]

Win! A Luxury Getaway for Two at Armathwaite Hall

Win! A Luxury Getaway for Two at Armathwaite Hall

With 80 Christmas trees, 20,000 sparkling lights, over 16,000 baubles, illuminated swags, a herd of illuminated deer, roaring log fires, gourmet food and the delicious aroma of mulled wine, Armathwaite Hall is transformed into a magical, winter wonderland during the festive season so why not join them? Take a break, indulge [...]

Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2012 Preview

Barclaycard Mercury Prize 2012 Preview

The time has come again to crown the album of the year at the annually held prestigious Mercury Prize. The nominations have been short listed to twelve finalists, all with a chance to scoop up the £20,000 cash prize and the honorary title of album of the year. The artists vying for [...]

The Fat Duck

The Fat Duck

Situated in the quaint village of Bray in Berkshire lies the phenomena of The Fat Duck restaurant. Opened in 1995, the restaurant has gone from strength to strength and was awarded it’s third Michelin star in January 2004, with multi-awards to its name, the restaurant is the brain child of its innovative [...]

B Amazed: Pen Drawings

B Amazed: Pen Drawings

Most of you will have doodled at some point in your life, maybe during a boring phone conversation, or in the back of a textbook at school, but perhaps none of you will have ever given your doodles a second thought, where as Portugal-based attorney Samuel Silva has taken doodling to [...]

B Amazed: Landscape Photography

B Amazed: Landscape Photography

Here at Jules B we have been awestruck this week, with some of the most captivating landscape photography that numerous blogs over the web have been showcasing. The beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so we’ll let the stunning images do the talking…