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Nyona Chicken Curry

Malaysia has a varied and distinctive cuisine but not a lot of people know much of the country’s food is derived from the influence of Chinese immigrants during the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries. Continue reading “Nyona Chicken Curry”

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Shoes – A Guest Post By Jacob Skelton

Last night I did a silly thing. Whilst watching the first half of the England game in the soccer ball world football competition I rashly commented that I would eat a shoe if Wayne Rooney putted a try into the basket. I clearly know nothing about football. Then the sodding bastard scored. So now I must now eat a shoe… Continue reading “Shoes – A Guest Post By Jacob Skelton”