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Mitchell And Kenyon In Ireland [1901] [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ Prince Arthur Duke of Connaught
Mitchell And Kenyon In Ireland [1901] [DVD] DVD ~ Prince Arthur Duke of Connaught
When I first watched this DVD a few years back - I wasn't overly impressed, but watching it recently - I realised that it's one of these films where 'nothing happens', but there is much to see, and to learn, if you don't expect too much 'action'.

This set of Mitchell and Kenyon ‘cinematograph’ short films is set in Ireland in 1902 when Ireland was still part of the ‘Empire’ – under British rule. Most of the clips are filmed in Cork – Ireland’s largest county on the south coast. But there are street scenes from a lively Belfast, a cattle market in Derry, market day in Wexford, and a few hazy shots of College Green in Dublin.

The Cork films however are the most… Read more
Le Creuset Cast Iron Oval Casserole, Cerise, 29 cm by Le Creuset
Agree with all the rave reviews...have had mine for years... It's a real work of art. There's plenty of space to stir everything around...and add a bit of this and that as you go.

It's extremely versatile; sautéing(?), browning , simmering, marinating, or just boiling sox, or soaking the baby. The fact that it can go straight from hob to oven is a real plus.

It holds heat extremely well, so you should use a lower temp in the oven than you're maybe used to. Then you can leave it for hours - to really enhance the flavours.

Treat it with care, and you will have a friend for life!
Curver URBAN Cutlery Drainer METALLIC RED/BLACK by Curver
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ZINGY!, 20 Jan 2014
Saw this on my travels recently - and it just called out to me - 'Take me home...!' What could I do? It's strong, a sensible shape, with drainage holes at the bottom. And it's metalic red!! I've always hated those ghastly cutlery drainers - but now I've seen the light - a very attractive and useful kitchen accessory.