The facts behind Oxo degradable plastic

Is it really the greener option?:

Simple answer. No. It may be marketed as such, but the truth, it is not a ‘biodegradable’ product.

Why is it not ‘biodegradable’?:

Oxo Degradable Plastic leaves behind small fragment of plastic. These fragments do not degrade and remain for 100’s and 1000’s of years.

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Think Eco – Friendly

eco friendly glasses

Advances in technology meant that the plastic industry has been able to change the way it produces the everyday plastic we use. 

For us, this has always meant safer, less environmentally harmful plastic glasses and tableware.

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The Milk Maids favourite milkshake recipe

With all those maids, busy milking away, it would be rude not to put that healthy, calcium rich, milk to good use.

So why not, try making one of our favourite, festive milkshakes as an alternative alcohol free drink. There are a whole host of recipes to choose from.

Here is one of our favourites:

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Roast Goose. Your Christmas adventure.

If you would like to be a little more adventurous with your cooking this Christmas, then roast goose is a great alternative to turkey. With a stronger-flavour than turkey, goose can be a little more like game and can be a bit fattier too.

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Turtle Dove Martini

It is hard to find a better accompaniment to Christmas pressie wrapping, than sipping on a cold and creamy Turtle Dove Martini.

The combination of the vanilla, the hazelnut and almond liqueurs, wrapped up in the creaminess of the milk is just delicious. Like a dessert in a glass.

There are lots of different recipes for the Turtle dove martini but here is one of our favourites:

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I (heart) coupes? I (heart) flutes?

Which came first the coup or the flute? And what is the difference anyway?

Well one would assume that it must have definitely originally be of French origin however there is actually English heritage in its history.

The coupe was first believed to exist in the 18th century and is rumoured to have a somewhat feminine origin.

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Lions rugby – what is it all about?

As someone who does not understand sport, no matter how many articles are read, it is often questioned how people can get so agitated over a man who has grabbed a ball and is running.

Why? If I were to run in the street with a ball, whilst others ran after me, you would think something was stolen, certainly not jeering on routing for some finishing line (is the finishing line those big white poles?)

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Celebrating or licking wounds for Wimbledon – we have the glasses for this!

As anticipation rises for the Wimbledon tennis, it is time for you, reader, to think about how to get through the game without being completely tense. Might we suggest some pimms? And, if all goes well, some prosecco!

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Seeing Red

As the heat rises to astonishing levels, as the sunscreen flies off the shelf and tans and burns start to show, the British Public like to enjoy (slightly too much) the slight roasting sensation whilst drinking and eating outside. Who can blame us – it will probably rain the next day!

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The ultimate barbeque

As the sun starts to peer out from winter’s slumber, the professional cooks embark on the most important event of the season: the barbeque. Multiple swears, burns, sweat and tears later, the sew chef of the land must choose the ultimate plates and cups that will show off the skewered meat and vegetables professionally.

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