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Back in New York and back on the balcony where there are now distinct winners, notably the peas and the herbs, and losers â€“ yes, you, strawberries and asparagus and cucumbers. I have no idea why. What can I tell … Continue reading
“Mostly I would like an actual pet gecko” said my Godson Arthur as we tucked into our pizza before heading into the Science Museum. “Not a glow in the dark plastic one” (like the one I had just given him … Continue reading
The Royal wedding is over. No more dress speculation, no more gossipy documentaries, no more newspaper specials and magazine picture spreads. No more wearing the QVC ring in public without looking a bit odd. Itâ€™s such a downer. A double … Continue reading
Itâ€™s been a week full of wedding anticipation – and the dinner that I have in mind is in keeping with the mood. Elegant food, old fashioned flavors, perfect with champagne and a silver candelabra.
â€œThatâ€™s right,â€ said the man in front of us in the line for the tills in Selfridges. â€œA Buckingham Palace jelly moldâ€.
Back in London, back to beautiful spring weather â€“ suck it New York â€“ and back to proper tea. I hadnâ€™t realized the extent to which I had gone native in America. Starting the day with a latte, picking … Continue reading
Royal Wedding Breakfast Eggs en cocotte with boiled asparagus soldiers for dipping Lemon scones / Blueberry lemon scones Fresh berries Cups of tea / Glasses of freshly squeezed orange mimosas Royal Wedding Afternoon Tea Smoked salmon on cucumber … Continue reading
Mere days away from the Royal Wedding, I can’t understand why people aren’t making more of a circus about it in the media. Nevertheless, I’m looking forward to it with great anticipation, especially since I’m back in London, which is … Continue reading
Yes, itâ€™s been thanksgiving, but thereâ€™s also been a lot of Royal engagement fun occurring. Kateâ€™s blue dress has sold out, the Tesco fake blue dress has also sold out, and the dress in Macyâ€™s that I was intending to … Continue reading