I spoke with my assistant yesterday of the Association Football Season to come. He happens to support Sheffield Wednesday so, thanks to my dizzy age, I reminisced with him about my recollection of The Wednesday and their formation as a footballing club in 1867, 150 years ago! In my formative years there were but two … Continue reading 150 years of The Wednesday FC
I thought today would be a good day to write a missive once more about my formative years and events that happened during June as there are 2 that feel relevant today. I remember on June 7th 1832 the enthuzimuzzy as Lord Grey’s Great Reform Bill received its Royal Ascent. Here in Yorkshire we gained … Continue reading A Great, Reforming June
I noted yesterday when reading the newspaper that it was 205 years to the day that Mr Dickens was born on 7th February 1812. It was on reading this that I decided that it was a fitting tribute to a great writer to then write something myself about his works. I remember my Father coming … Continue reading Mr Dickens
As I sit at my desk, fountain pen in hand, pondering my ability to write a meaningful address for the year ahead without writing in the tone of a podsnapper I have looked back upon my past “Annual Addresses” for inspiration. In reading my address from 1886 I realised how similar it was to what … Continue reading Yuletide greeting to you all!!
I must apologise for the tardiness of this missive, for it has been some time since I last penned what I believe is called a “blog”. I have been very much distracted by the Benjo caused by the exceptional games of the 31st Olympiad in Brazil. The past few weeks have reminded me greatly of the … Continue reading The Olympic Feeling
People often remark to me on how delicious my confections are and ask how I make them so. I tell them simply that it is due to my use of only the finest of ingredients for, in my opinion, the only place you will find vendors and makers of vile productions is in the Bankruptcy … Continue reading Why I use top notch ingredients
The past few weeks have been rather busy but exceedingly exciting. My fine confections and their afternoonified packaging were unveiled at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham on April 18th and there was great interest in my original recipes forthwith. My able assistant Richard did a marvellous job talking to the meater that formed around … Continue reading My First Musings