Every family has superstitions inherited from elder generations. We all know about the dangers of walking under ladders, breaking a mirror (seven years bad luck) saying "good luck" backstage or putting up an umbrella indoors but it seems only my family know the rule of the dangers of more than one person pouring from a teapot (the arrival of ginger twins). Here are some international superstitions and faux pas you might want to be aware of.
I was lucky enough to pick my blackberries straight from the hedgerow but you could always pick yours straight from the supermarket shelf.
These wonderful Christmas decorations take a while to make but the oven does all of the work. Not only do they look pretty but they smell wonderful too.
Embrace adopted Scottish culture. Potatoes Flour Butter Sunflower Oil Method Method Method Serve with
If you’ve ever washed your workout clothes only to find that they still stink after the fact, you’ve probably already come to this conclusion. Not only can washing them the wrong way mean they don’t get clean, but it can also degrade the fibers and shorten the life span of some very expensive exercise ensembles.
here is a step-by-step guide to customising an old shirt
Lets start by flinging open our windows and giving the house a good blow through.