The theme for last night’s Great British Bake Off was desserts. It was a bevy of sweetness with creme brulées, Spanish Windtortes (a massive meringue cake) and triple cheesecakes. Yum yum all round at the Great British dinner table. So this morning I ask my eldest what she would say was a classic Dutch dessert. … Read moreNot quite cross-cultural desserts
I like how the business world can be so varied. There are those companies that are continually in the forefront of our lives, giving us light bulbs, computers, food. And there are those companies whose services are in the background, maybe helping make our lives a little better or safer. ZiuZ is one of the latter … Read moreZiuZ for Frisian Enterprise of the Year
I have to say I love Oxforddictionaries.com. The Word of the Day is a classic feature and it can be a challenge trying to use The Word appropriately in everyday conversation, but I like trying to work out where their inspiration is coming from. For instance, today’s word was mumpsimus, a person who obstinately adheres to old … Read moreSimply Hemmingway
Interest: [mass noun] the feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone [verb] excite the curiosity or attention of (someone) Spark interest We’ve all got interests. Some are more keenly developed than others, and for some people having an interest takes on more of a prying property, but interests they remain. I … Read moreInteresting? Share it.