Category Archives: Gennaro Contaldo

Fish and ships..

As the title of this post is totally disparate, but seemed a good idea at the time, I have included a picture of a ship….or boat, to be precise. It may only serve to show Christian Harkness, a fellow blogger … Continue reading

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Always look on the bright side of rice…..

Billions of Christians across the world will be making the best of a Good Friday that was far from good for the main protagonist who was executed in the most grisly fashion for the good of mankind. ¬†Looking at the … Continue reading

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And is there honey still for tea….

No there isn’t, there’s banana and walnut cake. I never ate much cake until I started making them and I still don’t eat a lot of it, although I now can see why people do. My childhood memories of cake … Continue reading

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