This is Great Britain today.
It is an very well written article which cannot fail to touch you.
Our politicians, and the TV chefs, seem to live in a parallel universe. The meal plans that they propose for a single “cheap” meal, require a budget which some families have to live on for a week! Please read the article.
At the forthcoming general election we should all divert our votes away from Labour, Coservative and Liberal Democrat. And to vote for UKIP and their leader, who is the modern day Reginald Molesley, would be even worse than the aforementioned three!
I would urge you to look very closely at what the independents are saying. Some of them are pushing agenda which are much more meaningful to people like Kathleen Kerridge, and to you and me. Listening to those independent candidates may prove to be worthwhile for you.
For me, the Green Party will get my X. They appear to be the only major political party left with values anywhere near my own.
This is a post about a subject very close to home. My home. It is about politicians who wouldn’t know poverty if it chewed on their overpaid arses.
It’s about Jamie Oliver.
Now, to put this out there, I loved Jamie. For years and years, I idolised the man. He taught me to cook, when I could barely operate a Pot Noodle and we lived off Smash (dehydrated potatoes) and pasta (we even overcooked that). I would watch all his shows and learn, slowly, from the TV. In less than a year, I was able to cook a three course meal for 15 people. Gourmet became easy and I was soon laughing my way through 3 meat roasts and cooked-from-scratch curries. I owe my skill in the kitchen to Jamie. I have a lot to thank him for.
Jamie Oliver was good to watch, when I had money. Before I had…
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