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Monthly Archives: September 2019
So, welcome to yet another ‘Ferrari’ special edition of the Funniest Tweet Awards, where the Black Sea resort of Sochi provided the perfect backdrop for yet another Ferrari strategy to float off into the distance.
It started so well, as well.
But then it went to pieces and it played beautifully into the hands of Twitter who went into overdrive with funny tweets.
So here are the Top 10 Funniest Tweets for the Ferrari edition of the Russian Grand Prix Funniest Tweet Awards:
Another Grand Prix, another great race.
Not as frantic as recent races have been, granted, but that didn’t mean we didn’t have a race on our hands.
I was inundated with so many hilarious tweets it made choosing just 10 very, very difficult indeed.
But judge them I did, so here are the Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards for the Russian Grand Prix 2019: Continue reading
I found the most wonderful recipe for this week’s Russian Grand Prix, ‘Limonnik’, a lemon pie that isn’t too sweet or too sour.
Like Goldilocks said: “It’s just right!” Continue reading
Were you entertained by the Singapore Grand Prix?
If I’m honest, it wasn’t the most exciting race of the season, but it definitely had its moments underneath the 1,600 lights of the Marina Bay Circuit.
But, after a well-needed cup of tea, here are the Top 10 Funniest Tweet Awards for the Singapore Grand Prix 2019. Continue reading
That sounded rather mysterious and exotic when I found the recipe.
It’s apparently the Asian vanilla, but bears no resemblance in taste or smell to what we know as vanilla. It’s quite neutral in taste and is mainly used for colour and aroma as it has an aromatic, sweet grassy smell.
For this week’s Singapore Grand Prix, I attempted (note the word attempted) to make a Pandan Chiffon Cake. Continue reading
For the Singapore Grand Prix I read a book called ‘The Singapore Grip’ by J G Farrell.
But what did I think?
Boy, it was long!
… And wordy!!
697 pages long to be precise. Continue reading
Where to start.
Vettel spins … without colliding with anyone else … and then rejoins the track in an unsafe manner (certainly not a mistake a four-time world champion should make) … damages his car and spends the remainder of the race behind George Russell’s Williams.
Cue a plethora of hilarious tweets, so many that I needed to dedicate an entire Top 10 to them, making this the second Vettel Top 10 of the season. Continue reading
A beautifully simple and delicious recipe for Italy, courtesy of Gino D’Acampo.
An orange and raspberry oven baked cheesecake … and I can confirm it is very, very tasty.
The perfect munch for this weekend’s race at Monza. Continue reading