Summer reading display. Look what a combination of a refrigerator box, newspaper, book packing paper and a bunch of staples and glue can become! The kids all loved it. Soon it will become a haunted cave for Halloween, then I will cover it in white paper for a winter igloo.
Nettle pudding has been declared Britain's oldest recipe, dating from 6,000BC. When you think of old-fashioned English cooking, it probably conjures up images of roast beef or steak and kidney pie. But nettle pudding makes those dishes look like young pretenders. The creation from 6,000BC was yesterday declared Britain's oldest recipe. It was a staple of Stone Age man, who made it by mixing nettles and other leaves such as dandelion and sorrel, with barley flour, salt and water.