Salford, 23rd February 2019 They could be mistaken for spaghetti but these wiggly worms are made of sterner stuff egg yellow gives you a clue of their content clumped together in a group they drop into steaming water – with a drop of oil they swim around till they soften till they’re joined by theContinue reading “Noodles”


#coloryourworld #cyw #wisteria when you look at this plant it’s funny how it works its way around supporting walls or trees the branches climb high, into blue sky eventually allowing flowers to display ravishing colours of purple, violet or pink in some instances, even brilliant white an oriental climber at home on any garden wall

Fortune Cookie

#NapoWriMo #Blogging101 #Food #Biscuit #Chinese   For centuries Our destiny has been held in Round , sweetened pastries of the orient Telling coded messages after dinner…love, life and good fortune Until now, they remained the mystery Nobody knew what lay in store after the feast Except, of course – the pastry chef…

The Dragon’s Egg

Another tale from the pages of written by me – Enjoy the read Some workers were digging up pipes underground, when a very large coloured egg in the sand it was found. Now, the foreman of th’ site didn’t know what to do, so he called up some keepers from th’ local zoo. TheContinue reading “The Dragon’s Egg”

China Town

Because of my love of Chinese Cuisine – I love Chinatown.  It’s the home to the majority of Manchester’s Chinese community and its vibrant and colourful. I used to pass through Chinatown during my time at the local University, whilst I studied for my HND in I.T, and occasionally popped in to a pastry shop. Continue reading “China Town”