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How to make the best Dissertation – Stephen's Lighthouse

How to make the best Dissertation – Stephen's Lighthouse

from the Guardian

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

My family came from Spitalfields, East London around this time. Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain A view of Union Place in Spitalfields

from cate st hill

I wish I lived here: a calm bedroom in the Netherlands

A beautifully tranquil looking bedroom, painted white and styled in neutrals with a focus on textures ... lovely! By Holly Marder @ Avenue Lifestyle.x debra follow on bloglovin'

from Student Art Guide

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

These sketchbook pages are the unequivocal result of effort, passion and enthusiasm. Although 'decoration' is usually unnecessary within a textile or fashion design sketchbook, in this case, the background patterning demonstrates a complete understanding of the aesthetic; a strong personal response to the colours, shapes, textures, lines and forms of the work studied.

from Jamie Oliver

Guinness lamb shank

Guinness lamb shank | Jamie Oliver - My friend made this for me and it was so, so delicious!

Classic Cornish Pasties. The pasty's best known association stems from the 1800s when it evolved to meet the needs of the Cornish tin miners. The pasty was a complete, hand-held hot meal, usually consisting of meat, potato, onion and swede in a pastry casing.

from BBC Good Food

Cottage pie

Super easy cottage pie, I'm doing the minced beef today but using the leftovers to fill some giant yorkshire puds I had over from a rack of beef rib dinner and serving the cheesy mash on the side.

This Floral Pocket Square would make the groom stand out from the crowd, makes an interesting change from the usual wedding buttonhole.


Favourite traditional British sweets: in pictures

A trip to the British seaside just wouldn't be complete without a stick of rock to break your teeth on. Made from pulled sugar, rock took off in the 1800s, though there's serious debate about where lettered rock was first produced. Blackpool usually claims the honour, though nearby Morecambe has also been credited.