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Monthly Archives: October 2011
Back in April, I posted about an upcoming series called ‘Made in Chelsea’, jumping on the ‘structured reality’ bandwagon. Then there were rumours about a Liverpool-based version. And it looks like viewers and production companies can’t get enough of this … Continue reading
First up, the world’s first farm in a shop – FARM:shop. As well as growing fruit and veg, “They plan to have chicken coops on the roof, fish tanks outside the shopfront, and other live animals inside the shop.” Part … Continue reading
You’re halfway through your burrito and the next food fad has already come along. According to today’s Independent on Sunday, TNBT is set to be South American food, with restaurant openings and supermarkets eyeing up ingredients from the continent for … Continue reading
TV viewing trends on the move | Technology & Gadgets.
We saw mini desserts mentioned as an upcoming food trend back in January and now a major ice cream brand has just launched some mini cake/ice cream bites in America. Baskin-Robbins, “the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty stores”, … Continue reading
Pumpkin Cake Pops | Baking, Recipes and Tutorials – The Pink Whisk. Check out these bad boys! Very cool pumpkin cake pops. They look gooooooood.
The Guardian is opening up its newslists so you can help us make news | Media | The Guardian. Just as I was getting excited about the amazing opportunities for PR people, I saw this: