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Leitz Wow A4 Ruled Notebook - Metallic Pink by Leitz
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
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I keep a day book - for daily notes, to do lists and so on, and this notebook is perfect for that. It has a bright pink cover, which is flexible and each page has a space for a header and date. The pages can be torn out along a perforation and are hole punched for an A4 4 ring binder.

For me, paper quality is important because I write with a fountain pen and I've not had problems with this seeping through to the next page. I presume much of the price is down is down to the paper quality - I wondered if it were acid free but that isn't one of the claims. The specification says 'It contains 80 sheets of ruled, high quality, FSC certified paper,' which stands for Forest… Read more
Scholl Express Pedi Gift Set by Scholl
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This is a highly effective gadget for addressing hard skin on your feet. I live in fitflops in the summer, and walk a lot, and this does mean that areas of hard skin build up, particularly on my heels. I've used everything from pumice stones to foot files to putting on cream and then socks over night, and they all work to a degree but this little gadget is the best solution I've used. The litle rollers are very effective at turning your hard skin into white dust and once the hard skin is out of the way then the foot cream is far more effective.

+ High speed solution to foot filing - is effective in minutes
+ Batteries and 2 spare pedi rollers provided
+… Read more
Cairo Kitchen Cookbook: Recipes from the Middle Ea&hellip by Suzanne Zeidy
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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I am lucky enough to live around the corner form the first Ottolenghi shop and have been a devotee of their food for years. Their first book served as a great introduction to Middle Eastern food and I have now a good range of spices and thought that this book could add some more dishes to my repertoire. The Ottolenghi food is delicious but it's labour intensive and not for the novice cook. With book I was interested in the Mezza and street food offered here as less formal dishes and those have been very good, as have the soups I've tried so far.

The book is divided into:

Breakfast including semit, (bread), breakfast couscous, shakshuka (eggs with… Read more