I came to the conclusion. Or at least reaffirmed my conclusion that there is simply no single standard of preparing, serving and enjoying this beautiful Italian tricolore. My wife and I have visited Italy three times now and during each visit I make a concerted effort to order a Caprese at every restaurant, or opportunity that presents itself. As many of you Caprese fans out there know - the … [Read more...] about The identity crisis of an Italian Caprese. Entrée or salad, perhaps both!
Visited the Mercedes-Benz World near Weybridge Surrey today. Drooled all the way from arrival to departure. Here are pics of the beauties, and some golden oldies. … [Read more...] about Mercedes-Benz World
Recently came across this veg seed planner. Rather useful. 20 veggies, 4 stages - can only be successful! PS. … [Read more...] about Seed Planner for 20 Veggies – Northern Hemisphere
Trafalgar Square in London, United Kingdom is an open square found in the Charing Cross area in the City of Westminster. It is used for community gatherings of all kinds and at times political demonstrations played out there. The square was completed in 1845 on request of King George IV. Sir Charles Barry was the architect, same chap who gave us the Palace of Westminster (Houses of … [Read more...] about The fourth plinth at London’s Trafalgar Square and its artworks
On a recent visit to South Africa enroute to Sun City we stopped off at Harties Cableway. The scenery from the top was spectacular to say the least! Here are some photos we took of the area. Highly recommend a visit, it's only 1 hour from Johannesburg. Facilities are worldclass, on par with the cableways found at European and US mountain resorts. More information: Northwest West Parks & … [Read more...] about Hartebeespoort Cable Car