20 January 2017

Two TV Treats to catch-up on - January 2017

My regular look at what's good to watch on TV via catch up.



After the boys have gone to bed, I’m always looking for something to watch on catch-up TV? 
If you are too, then here are my Top 2 Things to watch on TV catch up this month.




This month it’s two TV treats of the same series. A bit of a cheat maybe, but honestly if you haven’t watched The Man in the High Castle then you are in for a real treat with both Series One and Series Two. That’s a mammoth 20 episodes to get through. And if you haven’t watched series one yet you have the advantage of being able to press play on series two immediately after watching the twist in its closing scene. Lucky you!


So what is The Man in the High Castle? It’s actually loosely based on a now, 54-year-old book of the same name, by author Philip K Dick, whose short story 'Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep,  also inspired Bladerunner. It tells the story of an alternative America, and an alternate world in 1962, following a very different outcome to WW2 where the Nazi’s won the war. 

  


It’s set in a place that emerged from an alliance defeat in World War II, with America now split between the ‘Greater Nazi Reich’ in the East coast of America and the ‘Japanese Pacific States’ in the west, mainly California, with a buffer, neutral state between the two. It’s a wired dystopia where the swastika is common place.





With Ridley Scott as an executive producer, this show looks immaculate. The cinematography and symbolism are amazing. It is stylish has a very strong narrative and hook and great acting performances too. The plot deals with questions of loyalty, family and history with great subtlety as it focuses on the small band of insurgents who rebel against the police state that the former United States has become. And it offers lessons about the history that we the show’s viewers are actually living in.

Not strictly catch up but you can stream the entire two series on Amazon. 



The pilot show was Amazon's "most-watched since the original series development program began, since then there have been two series and a third series now has been confirmed.

18 January 2017

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.

In The Guardian this week, there is an article about bribing children to eat vegetables, they’ve called it ‘Cash for Courgettes’. Just like sneaking vegetables into dishes this is just another way of getting kids to eat up their veggies. So I suppose Beetroot Brownies fits this bill too - not sure I'd have to bribe my boys to eat cake, though.

Using the 'hidden veggies' option means that food such as soup is a really easy way to increase our kid's intake of more healthier foods. As are sauces for bolognese, chilli, or pie fillings. I haven’t tried avocado chocolate mousse yet but I'm assured its delicious. And of course, we’ve all eaten carrot cake and persuaded ourselves it’s the healthy option.

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.


Beetroot was a food I craved during my second pregnancy so I have a fondness for it. It is a vegetable that looks amazing and has great health benefits but I'm not always that sure on how to eat it without it just being slices on a plate or soaked in vinegar. I usually end up using it is soups, but in a cake, it's a little different. 

I’m lucky I guess. My boys have always loved vegetables. Not all vegetables right from the start mind you, but I've found that if they see you eat it often enough, they will eventually give it a try – and what do you know, they like it. (I will never make or expect them to eat sprouts, though!)

At Christmas, my youngest proclaimed over Christmas Dinner 'I love these'. Was it the stuffing balls, pigs in blankets or indeed the prizes inside the cheap crackers that he was talking about? No, to our surprise it was parsnips. And he promptly finished off all the leftover ones too.

It always important to include more vegetables in our meals, in any way that we can. But now that they are getting older, I’d rather see my boys growing up knowing what they are eating and becoming a fan of healthy food, if possible, rather than eating vegetables and not actually being aware of them.

But I’m all for incorporating vegetables into recipes based on what they can add, be it flavour, texture, moisture, or nutritional qualities. Beetroot is a cheap way to make a cake moist and stop it from drying out whilst in the oven or until it is eaten up. 

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.


So here is my recipe for Beetroot Cake. Yes, this recipe includes a vegetable, making it slightly better than cake without veg. 

But let’s not forget the fact that it is still cake, The ingredients include fat, flour and sugar so it shouldn’t replace our vegetables! But the greatest thing about this cake is that it tastes amazing! It’s moist, tasty and full of a little goodness too.


Beetroot Brownies


Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.

Ingredients:

  • 250g cooked beetroot (For ease I use the vacuum-packed plain cooked beetroot)
  • 100g dark chocolate
  • 200g plain flour
  • 200g unsalted butter* or margarine, melted
  • 200g sugar (brown or white or a mixture)
  • 3 large eggs
  • 3tbsp cocoa powder
  • 2tsp baking powder

 Method:


1. Pre-heat the oven to 180°C/Gas Mark 4. 
2. Prepare an 8in cake tin by lining it with greaseproof paper.
3. Grate the beetroot (to avoid staining my fingers I hold the beetroot with a fork).

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.

4. Break the chocolate into individual pieces.
5. Sift the flour, cocoa powder and baking powder together.
6. Whisk the melted butter (I melt it using the Microwave), sugar and eggs together in a bowl before adding the flour, cocoa powder and baking power.

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.


7. Gently stir in the grated beetroot and pieces of chocolate. 

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.

8. Pour into the prepared cake tin and lightly level out the surface.
9. Bake in the preheated oven for 45-50 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre comes out clean. 
10. Allow the cake to cool for a few minutes in the tin before removing to a cooling rack.

Beetroot Brownies: Taste so much better than they should.


Beetroot is virtually fat-free and low in calories with only 38 in 100g of raw beetroot. It is low in fat, a great source of fibre, vitamin B9, manganese, potassium, iron and vitamin C.

Have you tried making or eating Beetroot Brownies?

Deb x

16 January 2017

Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi

With so much in the media this month, and over recent years, about how to save money simply by changing where you do your weekly supermarket shop, it has started to make us think. Think about how we can save more money, so that we can spend more on days out and family holidays, rather than all on day to day living expenses. 

The smaller supermarkets such as Aldi and Lidl don't have as much choice or a large variety of products, but we have always found the produce virtually impossible to tell apart from the more well-known brands, except being cheaper. If you are happy to try out a new brand then you can make substantial savings. But the problem we have found is how do you save money when these are already the places that you buy your families groceries? It got us thinking ...


Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi

Here are five ways that our family is saving money this month and throughout 2017.


Swap School Dinners for Packed Lunches

Up until now, my boys have enjoyed their school dinners. They were happy to eat them and we have benefitted from KS1 children receiving free school meals, which meant we were only paying for one child. So £10 per week for two children is how it averaged out. However, my boys are both now in KS2 and £20 per week for school dinners is a lot of money - £780 every year.

We obviously can’t save all of this money, but simply swapping to packed lunches has saved us around £13 per week – that’s a whopping £507 over the year.

The packed lunches include a ham wrap or egg or tuna sandwich; piece of fruit; a homemade pizza swirl and a homemade date bar – plus a bottle of tap water. For two boys, over the week this costs £7.

It does take a little more time to prepare them, but the boys get involved with making the date bars and pizza swirls on a weekly basis and they like them so much they have no intention of going back to school dinners.

Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi



Family Feast not Takeaway


As the boys grow up it’s nice to have a family treat as a meal every now and then. But even ordering takeaway for a family of four once a month could cost nearly £500. 


Takeaways are convenient but can be expensive and unhealthy. We recently tried a homemade Mexican Family Feast cooking some of the food from scratch and adding accompaniments from the supermarket and it cost just £2.50 per person.


To order the equivalent from a local takeaway delivery service would have cost nearly £50.


Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi



Actively Look for Vouchers

There are vouchers and discount codes available for virtually everything these days. If you want something specific it may be that you have to pay full price, but if you have a little flexibility then substantial savings can be made. All it usually needs is a quick search on the web.

Before buying something I always google the price to find out where to ourchase it for the best price, and to see if there are any discount codes available. A recent purchase of a hoover saved me £90, a discount code at Christmas saved me £175 on photo albums – it just takes a few moments to check but can be worth it.

Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi



Make your own lunch

I currently work from home so I’m making the most of it by making a freshly prepared lunch every day. Now this can vary from simple beans on toast to homemade soup, mushroom quesadillas, salad or an egg sandwich. Add in a hot or cold drink and a piece of fruit or cake (some days you just need it) and lunch is simple and inexpensive.

Even if you are working away from home it's so much cheaper to prepare a meal to take with you. It's amazing how much a shop bought lunch can add up – even if you take advantage of lunch time deals this can cost over £500 a year for each person. Make sandwiches or plan ahead by cooking extra more for your meal the night before and taking the leftovers to work.

Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi
Homemade Sweet Potato and Beetroot Soup


Attend Free Events

North East England has some amazing places to go for family days out and not all of them cost money. It's great to have a good mix and support some of our paid-for treasures but do this every week and it soon mounts up. Make sure you know where free events are happening, we have a monthly round up on the blog check out January’s here, and also check out the annual passes to some of our top attractions – they make repeat visits very affordable.


Five ways your family can save money when you already shop at Lidl and Aldi


Do you have any more tips for saving money as a family? I'd love to know them.

Deb x

PS I’m linking up with this CassEmma and Becky in this week’s ‘Five Fabulously Frugal things I’ve done this week’ linky.

13 January 2017

My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go

This month in My Boys Tech Club my seven-year-old wants to tell you why he loves playing the ANGRY BIRDS GO game, on his Amazon Fire Tablet, with his top 5 facts.


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go


1. What is it?

Angry Birds Go! is a kart racing game set on Piggy Island. All of the familiar Angry Birds characters, including the pigs, race against each other to get the fastest times, collect gems, coins and fruit, and also have to avoid stuff like bricks to win a race.

My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go


2. So who races?

The characters are different racers in the game. So far Ben has Red, Bomber, Stella, Bubbles and Matilda. Still for him to win are three Pigs (Corporal, King & Foreman), The Blues, Terence, Hal and Chuck. (So plenty of gameplay left).


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go


Each character has their own unique special power, that can greatly help players on certain race types, by giving them an advantage. For example, Bubbles gets bigger and rolls along as a big ball and Stella goes inside a big bubble which is left behind as a bomb which stops the other racers; and Bomber, not surprisingly, has bombs which can impact on other racers that are very close by; and Red has the boost up which makes him go faster.

My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go
Stella in the Bubble

3. Where do they race?

There are five tracks: Seedway, Air, Sub Zero, Rocky Road and Stunt. However, these needs to be unlocked as you progress through the game. On each track there are seven different karts, again these need to be unlocked. To do this you need to collect maps by winning races. 


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go



4. Why do they race?

There different characters race against other characters and you can collect coins, arrows on the ground give you a speed boost and you use your power up to go past other racers. To start the race, you must pull the kart back from a large slingshot, then release when the "GO!" text appears after 3 2 1.


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go


If you win a race you get prizes such as gems, tickets, energy and coins. These are used to unlock toolboxes, tracks and upgrade karts to make them able to win races.

Gems are an in-game currency that is either purchased with real money (although we have this option diabled on outtablets) or slowly gained by competing races. This may be used to buy additional karts.


5. What's the best bits?

My favourite racer is Chuck because he is the fastest, but I haven't got him yet. My favourite kart so far is Tar Barreller on the Sub Zero (frozen) level as its the fastest on the ice that I have so far. 

My favourite track is Sub Zero because it's really slippery and hard for the other racers but it's easy to flip over too. I also like coming first!


My Boys Tech Club - Angry Birds Go



Cost: Game free to download (In-app purchases but function can be disabled)
Time: Endless hours of fun and not bothered by adverts 
Boys Club Rating: 4.5 out of 5




What games would you like My Boys to review?



Deb x

11 January 2017

Restaurant Review: The Bohemian, Newcastle - A Vegan & Vegetarian Delight

To celebrate the New Year (slightly early), me and the hubby ventured out without the boys on December 30 and, ahead of Veganuary (where people try going vegan for the month of January), I booked a table at The Bohemian on Pink Lane in Newcastle upon Tyne.

For anyone reading who doesn’t know of The Bohemian, it is a Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurant with a bar and it's own vinyl record shop! They offer everything from a light lunch, or a cocktail and tapas, to a 3-course evening meal. The Bohemian will also be part of North East Vegan Restaurant Week but more of that later.

Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Located just a 2-minute walk away from Newcastle central station, The Bohemian says it brings together “our love of gorgeous Vegan and Vegetarian food, our love of vinyl music, and our passion to create a unique, beautiful & welcoming space, for like minded people to... Eat, Drink, Relax, Indulge, Enjoy, Be Happy”

Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


I have been vegetarian for 30 years, introducing some fish into my diet for health reasons, over the past two years. Hubby, without being fully vegan has cut down on most dairy and animal products so The Bohemian is a restaurant we have both been keen to try out.

I booked online with no problems at all and when we arrived and had a table in the corner from where I could see the whole restaurant. We chose drinks first of all. Having already enjoyed a cocktail in The Botanist we stuck with the theme and ordered an Expresso Martini and a Boho Gatsby.

Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Then we deliberated over food, choosing four different dishes so we could taste a range of options. For starters, I chose the Mushroom Quesadillas. These can be either Vegan or Vegetarian. The vegetarian option was crispy and delicious and came with a pot of guacamole. 


Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Hubby had always been fond of Duck Pancakes when eating in a Chinese Restaurant, so was intrigued by Jack Fruit Pancakes with Hoisin Sauce. They were amazing. Now I’ve never eaten duck but hubby said they tasted exactly the same as the duck pancakes he remembers fondly. You got three pancakes, hoisin sauce, spring onion and cucumber sticks and made your own. 


Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Both starters were recommended by our server and they were both dishes I’d choose again.


Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Now for mains. Hubby went for the signature dish of Black Bean and Walnut Cheeseburger – fully vegan (although you can request a vegetarian version_ – and I opted for the Biriyani Baji Salad which is a vegan dish and comes with a side order of vegetable samosas. It was fresh, tasty and surprisingly filling – and I also felt very virtuous for having ordered salad.


Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


 I was too full to order dessert but agreed to share one with hubby. I let him choose and it was the recommended vegan brownie that we decided on. It came served with a delicious blackberry sorbet and chocolate sauce. I'm being very honest by saying its one of the nicest brownies I’ve ever tasted. Not too rich, not too heavy and I wouldn’t have known it was vegan without being told.


Trying out Veganuary or North East Vegan Restaurant Week here is a review of the Bohemian in newcastle


Our first visit to The Bohemian was a success. We both loved the food and the setting and will be back and also are going to try out the recipes at home when I find out where to buy Jack Fruit in Newcastle.

The Bohemian is one of 37 eateries taking part in the very first North East Vegan Restaurant Week taking place between 23 and 29 January 2017. The idea of Vegan Restaurant Week, is to not only encourage the patronage of vegetarian and vegan establishments in the area like The Bohemian, but to also support cafes and restaurants you may not expect to offer meat and dairy-free dishes. 

Which Vegan or Vegetarian restaurants have you tried?

Deb x


10 January 2017

How to clean your house - naturally!

Today is Houseplant Appreciation Day. Who knew? But after receiving a Peace Lily as a Christmas present from a friend, and following my subsequent googling on ‘how to care for it’ properly, this led me to multiple pages informing me about the amazing ‘cleaning’ properties of houseplants, and the Peace Lily in particular. 

And the fact that today is the day we should be appreciating our houseplants!

Houseplants that can help clean the house. Houseplant Appreciation Day 2017


Over the past few years we have created a Kitchen Garden in our small outdoor space, but we don’t currently have that many houseplants. After many years of owning cats, and then having toddlers running around, this has meant that this is an area of our home that we have pretty much neglected in recent years. 

However after reading these articles I have a new focus, and a new appreciation for houseplants.

So houseplants can actually help clean our house! I learned at school, like we all did,  about photosynthesis, the process by which plants convert light energy and carbon dioxide into chemical energy to fuel growth. So I know that plants purify and filter the air we breathe, both indoors and outdoors, by adding oxygen and removing carbon dioxide.

Houseplants that can help clean the house. Houseplant Appreciation Day 2017


But in addition to this,  NASA in a study has also found that some houseplants can filter out harmful chemicals in the air. This was news to me.

Their foliage purifies the air and removes toxins from things such as household paints, chemicals, and plastics. These include benzene, which can be found in some plastics, fabrics, pesticides and cigarette smoke, and formaldehyde, which can be found in some cosmetics, dish detergent, fabric softener, and carpet cleaner. These amazing plants include Spider Plant, Chrysanthemum, English Ivy, Snake Plant, Lady Palm, Red Edges Dracaena, Weeping Fig, Aloe Vera, Ferns, Gerberas and Rubber Plants.


Which plants to put where?


So by carefully selecting and positioning the right house plants we can try and make our homes a healthier place to be. 

Houseplants that can help clean the house. Houseplant Appreciation Day 2017


One of the Best Plants for the ...
  • Bathroom is the Boston Fern – Likes indirect light and moderate warmth. As well as being easy to find, inexpensive and can put up with some neglect, it is also one of the best filterers of formaldehyde.
  • Kitchen is the Aloe Vera - Is extremely good at filtering our formaldehyde. It loves the sun so is the perfect plant to keep near a kitchen window. It's juicy gel can be used to help heal accidental burns and wounds and insect bites.
  • Bedroom is the Gerbera Daisy – One of my all-time favourite plants (It was my chosen bloom for my wedding day). The gerbera daisy plant has lovely blooms that bring cheer to any space and releases extra oxygen into the air during the nighttime. Making it an ideal sleeping accompaniment.
  • Living Room is the Rubber plant – Not only stylish this plant with its big, shapely leaves can make a statement in any living space but it also excels at removing chemical toxins (especially formaldehyde) from indoor air and needs less light than many other plants.


Houseplants that can help clean the house. Houseplant Appreciation Day 2017


Houseplants are a wonderful addition to any home, adding fresh scent and fragrance and bringing a bit of the outdoors, indoors. While looking after them can sometimes be a little tricky, it is also very therapeutic. Houseplant Appreciation Day was established by The Gardener’s Network, establishing an official opportunity to remind people of the benefits of houseplants. It is all about bringing the joy and pleasure of the Houseplant into your home.

5 Reasons to have houseplants:

Houseplants are commonly grown for decorative purposes, positive psychological effects, or health reasons such as indoor air purification. As well as purifying the air we breathe the presence of indoor plants have also been shown to have many other beneficial effects, such as:
  1. Increased positive feelings and reduced feelings of anxiety, anger, and sadness.
  2. Reduction of sound levels and stress levels.
  3. Control of humidity and have a cooling effect.
  4. Improved concentration levels.
  5. Give interiors a spacious, looked after and clean feel.


Houseplants that can help clean the house. Houseplant Appreciation Day 2017
My Peace Lily takes it place in my kitchen,  next to the Christmas Poinsettia (while it lasts)


The Peace Lily Plant (Spathiphyllum)

  • Is a popular choice for offices and homes and one of the easiest houseplants to care for.
  • Brightens up a living space with its dark green leaves and white “flowers” - technically it’s a leaf that grows over the flowers.
  • Is excellent at cleaning the air of the room it is in. As well as benzene and formaldehyde, the Peace Lily can help to get rid of acetone, a chemical released by electronics and certain cleaners.
  • Enjoys medium to low light. A peace lily in low light will bloom less and will look more like a traditional foliage plant.
  • Is far more tolerant of underwatering than overwatering - check them once a week to see if they need to be watered. And wash or wipe down the leaves at least once a year. This will help it process sunlight better. 

For more information, the Royal Horticultural Society has lots of advice on which houseplants are best.

Which is your favourite houseplant?

Deb x

6 January 2017

Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast

We Brits love our takeaways. The UK takeaway market is worth a staggering £5.5 billion each year. Research also shows that New Year’s Day has emerged as the biggest single day of the year for sales of takeaway dinners delivered to the home, yet as we head into January are we are more likely to stay at home and cook as we await the first payday of 2017?


Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner


Sometimes there is nothing I like better than to simply order a takeaway. The convenience,  perusing the menus, ordering online or by phone, the taste and the variety of food on offer. Not to mention having hot food delivered to your door, ready to eat.

However, there is always the cost to consider. As a treat, they are great, but order more frequently and it can soon make a big hole in your disposable income.

There is also the health aspect to think about. A takeaway is so tasty but we are not always sure of the ingredients, and quantities that give us that taste. A Public Health Research report says that between a fifth and a quarter of people in the UK dine out or eat takeaway meals at least once a week and that food prepared out of the home tends to be less healthy than home cooking. 


But the good news is, we don’t have to miss out. And a home-made alternative to a takeaway can be healthier, cheaper and just as tasty - it just requires a little more effort and planing.

As you will see below our family of four enjoyed a Mexican family feast this week, cooking some of the food from scratch and adding accompaniments from the supermarket and it cost just £2.50 per person. 

To order the equivalent from a local takeaway delivery service would have cost nearly £50.


Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner

The Mexican Family Feast:

  • Quorn Chilli with onion, mixed peppers, Quorn mince and red kidney beans
  • Rice
  • Guacamole
  • Dips
  • Nachos
  • Breadsticks
  • Garlic cheese bread


Method:

Home-made veggie chilli
  • Chop one onion and fry until lightly cooked in a pan on the hob.
  • Chop ½ red pepper, yellow pepper and green pepper and add to onions
  • Add chopped garlic and chilli powder and stir.
  • Add the Quorn mince, chopped tomatoes and red kidney beans and simmer.
  • Add water if necessary. Flavour with a stock cube or gravy powder and my special ingredient of a spoonful of cocoa powder.
  • Continue to simmer for 15 – 20 mins. Taste to check heat add more chilli powder if required.


Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner


Home-made guacamole
  • Half the avocado, remove the stone and scoop out the flesh with a spoon into a bowl.
  • Add a dash of lemon juice, a tablespoon of tomato puree and a pinch of chilli flakes and mash together with a fork until smooth.


Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner



Additional preparation: 
Cook the rice in the microwave.
Bake the garlic bread in the over.
Place all other ingredients on the dining table and serve to a hungry family.


Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner


Cost: £10 for four people and there was enough left over for a meal the following night.
  • Mini tortilla wraps - 2 packs £1.00
  • Uncle Ben’s Mexican Rice £1
  • Avocado £0.75
  • Quorn Mince £1.49
  • Savers Tortillas £0.46
  • Savers Dips £1.08
  • Bread Sticks £0.38
  • Onion £0.16
  • Chopped Tomatoes £0.30
  • Mixed Peppers £0.48
  • Red Kidney Beans £0.30
  • Grated cheese £0.25
  • Lettuce £0.40
  • Garlic Cheese Bread £1.00
  • 4 Cornettos £1


Not only was it fairly inexpensive, it was a lovely family meal. We all sat together around a table sharing food. We filled the tortilla wraps to make tacos with rice, chilli, lettuce, dips and cheese. We topped the nachos with the same and also dipped them, the garlic bread and bread sticks in the dips and guacamole. Then finished it off with an ice- cream!

Dining In – The New Eating Out – Mexican Family Feast for a tenner


The boys have described it as great, fantastic and fabulous.

Cost: £10 for four people
Time: Half an hour to prepare and cook
My Boys Club Rating: The boys were really keen to try and Mexican food is now the flavour of the month in our house. They even took some leftovers to school in their packed lunch.
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What's your favourite takeaway?

Deb x


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