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Baingan Bharta (Minced Aubergine Curry)

This curry is perfect for a Saturday curry festival.  I love BB, its surely one of my favourite Indian dishes and is always a delight.  This is one of those recipes that I will surely be cooking for the rest of my days.   1,472 more words

Food

Below the Falls

The other good thing about waterfalls is they can make an interesting backdrop to those long exposure images where you capture the flow of water through the frame. 99 more words

Photography

Love Never Fails - Corinthians

If I speak in the tongues of men or of angels, but do not have love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal. 263 more words

Poetry

Walking in Wales

I’ve been doing my best to take advantage of the activities and days out that work puts on for us. So far this has resulted in getting to do a climbing course, a full on weekend of competition and partying, signing up for a camping trip and canoe exped and a couple of hillwalking days. 465 more words

Walking

My love of the beautiful game

I am a football fan, there I’ve said it.

Even with FIFA currently doing their best to make football a dirty word I am falling more in love with the game then ever, but for the right reasons. 969 more words

Opinion

5 existing rugby laws that referees need to apply

The Aviva Premiership play-off final between Worcester and Bristol was rugby as it should be played; full of positive intent, creativity, bravery, controversy with a few mistakes thrown in for good measure. 1,241 more words

Rugby

Welsh osprey nest update

This video from Wales says about itself:

On 29th May, 2015, Monty and Glesni’s first chick hatched.

Here are 12 hours condensed into two minutes.

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Environment