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Ski yoghurt. The first yoghurt I ever tasted was Ski, hazelnut flavour, and I hated it. Now I love it, and hazelnut is my favourite flavour!

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Wartime Recipes How we survived in a time of rationing 1939 – 1953 Welcome to Wartime Recipes - Potato Short Bread, Parsley Honey, Rhubarb Jam Without Sugar, Chestnut Soup, Carrot Cream Soup, ROCK BUNS, WARTIME MAYONNAISE,

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This curry recipe came from Grey Street in Durban, and was traditionally made not of bunnies, but mutton. During the Great Depression, all races in Durban, South Africa, went hungry like everyone else.

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The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Spangles (1948) The same year George Orwell gazed apprehensively into a totalitarian future, Mars unveiled a more upbeat response to post-war austerity with these translucent sugar squares. Over three decades tangerine, butterscotch, 'Old English', cola and dozens more varieties appeared, until their liquidation in ... 1984.

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"Tell 'em about the honey Mummy" I used to wow my classmates back in the 70's with my uncanny impersonation of the Honey Monster.

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Remarkable photographs of Canary Wharf show how busy financial centre was once a thriving port taking in sugar, rum and elephants

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PLJ Lemon Juice

PLJ Lemon Juice, mum always drank this....very sour, so us kids used to put tons of sugar in it!

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Chapel Market in Islington- This is how it looked in the victorian period, not much has changed accept the people are more colourful! lol

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How to bake a First World War trench cake

Trench cake http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/world-war-one/10905975/How-to-bake-a-First-World-War-trench-cake.html

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Remarkable photographs of Canary Wharf show how busy financial centre was once a thriving port taking in sugar, rum and elephants

Hard work: The West India Docks of east London are pictured circa 1935, with bananas being loaded onto rail trucks on the North Quay of the Export Dock

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Broadstairs Harbour. Railway Poster style Illustration by www.whiteonesugar.co.uk Drawn by Ryan Ambrose of White One Sugar

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Antigua in pictures: 14 reasons to visit Antigua

Sun, sand, sea, snorkelling, stingrays plus historic sugar plantations, a picturesque capital and a warm Caribbean welcome - 14 reasons to visit Antigua. Highlights of the Caribbean island in pictures and a video, from beach, sea and snorkelling to stingrays, history and culture.

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Costa del-icious! Traditional Spanish almond cake

Almond Cake. Healthy treat: This flourless and fat free cake is named after the patron saint of Spain, Santiago and is traditionally decorated with his emblem, a sword

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Imperial War Museum London Wartime Christmas Pudding Recipe Christmas Card on http://blog.visitlondon.com

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Remarkable photographs of Canary Wharf show how busy financial centre was once a thriving port taking in sugar, rum and elephants

Transport: The North Quay of West India Docks in 1925. Manual workers at the docks were employed as casuals, and would queue at the dock gates for the 'call-on'.

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