Spotted on Lakeland‘s site today, is a banana transporter.
Transport your mid-morning snack to work or school
without it looking as if it’s gone five rounds in a boxing ring!
Why can’t you just transport it *in its skin*? And what if your banana is not the shape of this contraption.
A woman who baked a cake for a friend at a day centre was told it breached health and safety regulations.
Elaine Richards, 75, from Braunton in north Devon, was told the Age Concern centre in Barnstaple only allowed people to eat bought cakes.
More here …
I really can’t think of anything else to say.
… “the Queen Mary 2 of outdoor cooking is the $35,000 Talos Outdoor Cooking Suite sold by Frontgate, a luxury goods catalog retailer. The sprawling stainless steel temple features a searing station with a restaurant-style griddle, a hardwood cutting board, two side burners to heat sauces, a warming drawer, 3/8-inch-thick cooking grates, a 16,000-B.T.U. ceramic infrared rotisserie, a bartender module with a sink and a nine-volt electronic ignition system. The company doesn’t release specific sales data, but a spokeswoman, Amy Crowley, said that fewer than 50 have been sold.”
From an article in the New York Times.
Looking at Le Creuset‘s web site today, as you do, I am horrified to find that they now do their cookware in lavender.
What is the world coming to?