December 8 | Comments (0)
You'd have to get it at KBBC. Note the sarcasm. Is there no level too low for Jordan and Peter Andre, and I'd have to ask who would be motivated to buy something that they were endorsing?
I can just imagine the conversation at KBBC head office.
- Alright guys, we need a hook. How about a celebrity?
- How much can we afford?
- Linda Barker, too expensive. Lawrence, too expensive. I've got it! Jordan and Peter!
Focus on good product, skip the cheesy celebrity.
What's a port drinker without a set of port tongs? Those who know me best know that the only alcoholic tipple I enjoy is a nice glass of port. As I'm becoming more comfortable with the whole subject of port, i'm starting to desire the accoutrements befitting a serious port connaisseur*. What are port tongs?
Heated tongs are thought to be the best means of opening old bottles of vintage port. They enable the neck of the bottle and the cork to be removed intact, thus eliminating the possibility of the cork crumbling and spoiling the wine. They also cause least disturbance to the bottle and also, therefore, to any sediment.
I'm sure i'm in for many accidents and broken bottles.
Christmas is coming, so why don't you throw in a funnel as well?
*I'm anything but a connaisseur, but i'm trying.
The Flavour Shaker™ is designed to crush, mix, puree, blend and release flavour from whole spices, herbs, garlic, nuts, citrus rind or even lime or bay leaves. In just a few seconds you can create and add flavour to all kinds of everyday dishes.
Great idea, i'm going to go see if I can find one.
Zam-buk ointment for the treatment of minor wounds, burns, scalds, chapped hands, insect bites and muscular pains.
My family used to use this stuff to cure just about anything. Works great on sunburns and scratches aquired when picking blackberries.