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Easy & Healthy Crock Pot Cookbook: 41 Vegetarian Crockpot Recipes. Set & Ready Meals for Busy Moms. Let Your Slow Cooker Cook. Ready To Eat When You Get ... Recipes (Crockpot Cookbook Best Sellers)
Easy & Healthy Crock Pot Cookbook: 41 Vegetarian Crockpot Recipes. Set & Ready Meals for Busy Moms. Let Your Slow Cooker Cook. Ready To Eat When You Get ... Recipes (Crockpot Cookbook Best Sellers)

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Don't know which edition the American reviewers have been reading..., 21 Jan 2012
Just bought a slow cooker and trying to eat better so I thought I'd give this a try as I found it for free. Please, please don't buy this. I don't know what these recipes taste like but I was horrified by the sheer amount of fat, sugar, non vegetarian ingredients and tinned crap that goes into some of them. The 'kids' ones are the worst. I found about three or so recipes I'd try, the rest, no thank you.


The Earl of Sutton (The Guardians)
The Earl of Sutton (The Guardians)

2.0 out of 5 stars It's Okaay..., 21 Jan 2012
The plot is not that bad. The writing is not that bad. The problem is that whenever there is an exciting, interesting or romantic bit it's quickly skipped over. Also, there is the character of the orphan begging girl who appears from nowhere, causes the hero to mistake the heroine for a governess then once that's cleared up and they've had a nice day out she promptly disappears never to be seen again. Finally, there is the ending which is pure cheese. Rushed cheese at that. Nevertheless, if you are looking for something short this is reasonably entertaining.


Urban Legends
Urban Legends
Price: £0.77

2.0 out of 5 stars Very brief Article on Urban Legends, 30 Dec 2011
This review is from: Urban Legends (Kindle Edition)
I downloaded this when it was free, thankfully. It isn't really worth paying for - a short opinion piece briefly mentioning a couple of very famous ones followed by pages of adverts for the author.


The Sims 3 (PC/Mac DVD)
The Sims 3 (PC/Mac DVD)
Offered by Moeroshop-UK
Price: £19.50

25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Instructions on how to get more clothes!, 8 Jun 2009
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
This review is from: The Sims 3 (PC/Mac DVD) (CD-ROM)
I was a little unsure about buying it at first, but I'd have to say overall I am very pleased with it. I particularly like the design features and how busy the sims seem to get - there are a lot more situations and places to go available than there were in the Sims 2. It seems to run fine on my laptop, sometimes I have brief pauses but they are quickly dealt with and it takes a lot less time to load than the previous version.

Anyway, I noticed a couple of reviewers were unsure how to get more clothes for their Sims, so I thought I'd write a short tutorial about it in the hope that people find it useful.

Unlike the Sims 2, extra outfits are free and you can't buy them from the shops. To get more outfits you need to buy a cupboard or wardrobe, then click on it and select 'plan new outfit'. This will take you to a clothing design screen where you can play to your heart's content. To make extra outfits, select the type of outfit you want (e.g. everyday, formal etc.), then on the clothing panel click on the plus sign (on the left hand side) to make a new outfit, which will be given the name 'outfit 2'. I recommend making full use of the wonderful paint pallet tool to edit the fabric/pattern/colour of your creations. Once you've finished, return to the game then click on the Sim and select 'change outfit', you should see a list of their lovely new clothes.

Hope that helps.


Adobe Illustrator Idea Kit
Adobe Illustrator Idea Kit
by Barbara Mulligan
Edition: Paperback

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A bit short, but nevertheless, worth the money!, 9 Feb 2005
This is a nice book, with some good ideas in it. My one complaint is that it is very short, about the length of a glossy magazine. That said, it is in full colour and it is cheaper than other Illustrator books. I love the way that it gives projects to do, unlike the rest of the Illustrator books, which tend to teach you things which you may never find a use for. It's lovely to be able to actually create something, rather than just messing around with it and getting confused! It is also a bonus feauture that you can just flip to a project which you like the look of-there is no structured order as such. The projects are also intensly practical; for example, creating unique logos and web graphics. Its also fun for pretty much everybody to use, as it is easy to understand, and easy to read, unlike some of the books, which can be rather densly written. I don't think it's really written with experts in mind, however, but that's no bad thing!


Beautiful Thing [DVD] [1996]
Beautiful Thing [DVD] [1996]
Dvd ~ Glen Berry
Offered by Jasuli
Price: £8.45

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I love this film!, 25 Jan 2005
This review is from: Beautiful Thing [DVD] [1996] (DVD)
Part of my course in Uni was studying the play of this lovely film. The girls especially really enjoyed it. I highly recommend both the film, and the two availble vesions of the scipt-one is the screenplay (complete with lovely photos!), and the other is the original stage version (which incidently originally starred Johnny Lee Miller as Ste). If you're interested, they are both by Jonathan Harvey, who also wrote the rather dreadful 'Gimme, Gimme, Gimme' and a really good one-off drama, called 'Von Trapped.' Jonathan has a Stephen King-like penchant for making cameo apperances in things-look out for him as the wheelchair queen in the Gloucester pub.


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