MORE NOT VERY SERIOUS STARS FROM THE HORSE”S MOUTH

from-the-horses-mouthMY NOT VERY SERIOUS STARS

Scorpio 24 Oct – 22 Nov

A man with muscles tries to impress you by his physique but remember pumping iron is not a talent and anyone can do it if they want to. A mouth organ may come into your possession.

Sagittarius 23 Nov – 21 Dec

The colour blue may prove to be lucky for you this month even if you are colour-blind. It’s not a good time to move house unless you are getting married in which case it will be fine.

Capricorn 22 Dec – 20 Jan

It is a good time to dump a boring astrologer friend who should have seen it coming anyway. A woman with a birthmark on her face will bring you some very good news.

Aquarius 21 Jan – 19 Feb

This month a new toy may give you hours of pleasure but don’t tell any of your friends about it as they will only want to borrow it. An advert on T.V. may inspire you to take up more physical exercise and perhaps join a gym.

Pisces 20 Feb – 20 Mar

Someone may leave you a substantial amount of money but don’t squander it like a fool on people who aren’t really your friends. Don’t be dressed to kill but freezing to death.

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RECIPES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

MORE RECIPES FROM JUNE CHARLTON

suet dumplingsSuet Dumplings

Ingredients:  4 oz self-raising flour

2 oz shredded suet

Pinch of salt

Little bit of pepper

Method:       Mix together ingredients and make into a stiff dough with cold water. Roll into

8-12 balls and boil for 15-20 mins. They are now ready to put into a stew or a

Casserole. Make sure the stew does not go off the boil and keep lid on the

Saucepan making sure not to overfill the pan.

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eggsEGGS

Written by Frank Wright

Eric and me were good mates for a long time. It was the late forties. We were poor but didn’t know it then – we were just concerned with living and enjoying each day as it passed. When I think of those long gone days I think of Eric and eggs.

One Sunday we had been off to look at a pond we knew – we were experts on a thousand things that lived, flew over, swam, crawled or just moved in that miniature world although I doubt if we knew the names of half a dozen between us. To boys, time is just a gap between one day and the next and it suddenly dawned on us that it must be around tea time. We made our way home stopping by some farm houses; we climbed over a crumbling wall to have a pee. Then as we were about to move on we saw something exciting and wonderful:  a nest on the ground beneath the weeds with twelve large white eggs shining brightly. We were egg-mad and knew many nests: Thrush, Blackbird, wren – even a Wood Pigeon, but this, this was the ultimate of our wildlife discoveries.

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OCTOBER FREE MAGAZINE FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH NOW OUT!

from-the-horses-mouthMy new free mag is out and includes various articles and interviews, a short story and competition, and fun and professional astrology. To view and to subscribe for free please click on the following link: http://www.deancharltonmag.com/   Dean

OCTOBER MAGAZINE FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH OUT SOON!

A new edition of my free monthly magazine will be out around the first of October and is packed full of interesting articles, recipes, interviews and a short story for you to enjoy. If you would like to take a look at the magazine now and to subscribe for free, please click on the following link: http://www.deancharltonmag.com/

RECIPES FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

003HAVE YOU BEEN ENJOYING THE SUMMER FULL OF SALADS AND FRUIT?

Another recipe from Alison Jones

Well you’ll be happy to know that we can carry on with healthy eating as we head into the cooler autumn. There’s always time for afternoon cake, and here’s a great quick and easy muffin that’s moist and chocolaty! You won’t believe that these muffins taste so good and are healthy! They’re almost completely fat-free and have a veggie slipped in to them! A great way to use up all that leftover summer harvest of Courgette! If you don’t like courgette, you can use grated beetroot or carrot. Both really go with the chocolate taste, especially beetroot!

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INTERVIEW WITH NICOLLA FRASER FROM THE HORSE’S MOUTH

nickyINTERVIEW WITH NICOLA FRASER

Nicolla, can you tell me a bit about Nevis where you come from? Nevis is 36 square miles and has roughly 11,000 inhabitants.

Is it hot all the time there? Yes. It’s hot all the time but in winter you feel a bit chilly.

How would you describe Nevisians? They are friendly and care about each other.

Is there a lot of work in Nevis? No, there is not full employment – the government depends on tourism for its income. Things are expensive in Nevis though.

Do you mean food? Food is expensive but it’s still manageable.

Do most people work in tourism? Yes, even though we don’t have a port where cruise ships can dock, some tourists come over from our sister island St. Kitts via a ferry.

What is the capital of Nevis? The capital of Nevis is Charlestown and the capital of Nevis and St. Kitts is Basseterre.

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