The royal couple revealed how to make the traditional comfort food as part of their "virtual taste tour around the UK," the official Clarence House Instagram page noted. In 2019, Camilla Parker-Bowles was pictured getting her hands messy during a visit to mark the 50th anniversary of Ginsters Bakery – and her crimping skills even earnt her praise from Michelin star chef, Chris Eden. … [Read more...] about Duchess Camilla and Prince Charles’ Cornish pasty recipe confuses royal fans
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On one of his cooking tutorials on YouTube, Darren explained: "I used to make shortbread at least once a week at Balmoral and it was always on the afternoon tea menu." As well as the three regular ingredients of butter, flour and sugar, he said: "The royal recipe includes cornstarch, too. Cornstarch softens the shortbread – it makes it less glutinous. Instead of snapping, it crumbles and just melts in your mouth." Yum! … [Read more...] about Royals’ afternoon tea menus revealed – what the Queen, Kate Middleton and more eat
The police said the driver of the, bus proceeding towards Madurai, N. Krishnan (55) of P.C. Patti, was among 14 persons who were injured when the speeding vehicles collided near Chettipatti under the Usilampatti Taluk police station limits at around 9 pm. … [Read more...] about One killed in bus-truck collision near Usilampatti
I also wonder if you have spoken to your European counterparts about protecting the arts from economic ruin. I am well aware that you are part of a Brexit-driven government that relies on the myth of British exceptionalism. But it is surely worth noting that the German government has pledged €1bn to support the arts in crisis and that the French have, among other measures, created a fund of €7bn for small businesses, including those that have had to cancel shows and film shoots. By comparison our £160m Arts Council emergency package looks like very small beer. … [Read more...] about Dear Oliver Dowden, have you even begun to grasp the scale of our arts crisis?
Live theatre demands proximity. Put bluntly, any form of social distancing is practically and economically disastrous. And that’s hoping audiences will return. A recent survey of 86,000 theatregoers reveals that less than 20% would come back to venues in the short term. But at Royal & Derngate, we’re starting to see tiny shoots of hope as audiences begin to book for future shows. … [Read more...] about The government’s plan for UK theatre is vague and demoralising – here’s what we need