Monthly Archives: August 2011


A few weeks ago, my buddy Rhi and my cousin Hannah and I decided that we needed to make the food from John Green’s books, Looking for Alaska and Paper Towns. Both of which, by the way, you need to read.

I saw a tutorial on Youtube for both these recipes, but it’s pretty straight forward. First of all, what the hell are these things? Why don’t I let John Green explain?

So between the deep-fried burittos, and the sugar-drenched energy drink, we had a heart attack waiting to happen.

Here’s a little video Rhi put together, which shows off nicely what we did.

I wouldn’t try Bluefin like this again (we later simply disolved fairy floss into water, and it was sugary brilliance), but Oh My hweprufhuodhfwirfh bufriedos were AMAZING. We’re making this a monthly do.

What Did You Build With YOUR Lego, Then?

I like shoes. You probably like shoes, too; I mean, they stop you from stepping directly in glass and dog poop and who knows what else.

I also like pretty, impractical shoes. Like these ones I just made.

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Saturday Morning Breakfast. Bacon? Pancakes? Bacon? Pancakes?

Just a quick little post about an experiment I conducted this morning.

After seeing this¬†the other day, I thought I’d give it a go, even though I’m not the World’s Biggest Bacon Fan.

And now you never have to decide between bacon and pancakes again.


Q: What do sprigs of asparagus, apple sauce, self-raising flour, porrige oats and Greek yoghurt have in common?
A: They’re all the choices for this week’s WHIPPED challenge!

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