I found this video to be really good. You can watch it by clicking “read more”:
- 200g raspberries
- 1 tub or 250g mascarpone cheese
- 200g white chocolate
- 200g digestive biscuits
- 100g butter
- Get a bowl, and crush the digestive biscuits to small crumbs.
- Get a pan and put about 1 inch of water in it. Put the pan on a hob, turn up the heat a bit and put a glass bowl on top of the pan.
- Break up all the white chocolate into small pieces and put them into the glass bowl. Stir using a wooden spoon until melted, and turn the heat down if steam rises.
- When the melting of the white chocolate is almost complete, get a smaller pan and put it on a different hob. Put all the butter in it, and stir the butter until it is melted. Don’t let the butter fry – keep on turning the heat down.
- When the white chocolate has completed melting, put on a pair of oven gloves and move the glass bowl onto a table. Empty the pan of water.
- When the butter has melted (it shouldn’t take long) move the butter pan onto a table.
- Empty the crushed digestive biscuits into the container you want your cheesecake to be in. Add the butter, and stir and flatten out with a wooden spoon. Then put the container in the fridge.
- Empty the mascarpone cheese into the bowl with the white chocolate in, and mix until smooth.
- Get the container out of the fridge and put some raspberries on the top of the biscuit bottom (roughly half of the raspberries should be used).
10. Pour the white chocolate mixture on top of the biscuit mixture, and make sure it is spread equally (use a wooden spoon).
11. Put the other half of the raspberries on top of the mixture.
12. Put the cheesecake in the fridge for a while before serving.
As part of the re-launch of All of time and space, I wanted more people to be able to read this blog, and to give existing readers the chance to read it in the language they choose.
Now they can. By clicking here, or visiting the link below, people can read in whatever language they choose.
This link is now available in the sidebar on the home page, under the ‘blogroll’ section.
I hope you enjoy reading this in whatever language you choose!
Online shopping. What a revolution. Not long ago, shopping would require actually going to a shop and buying something. Nowadays, you just need to visit a website like Amazon and click the mouse a few times. You can also read reviews from other users in a few clicks, to see whether the product is as wonderful as the company say or is just plain rubbish. Online shopping has changed the world forever.
Below is a post about online shopping, from the wonderful blog The Change Revolution.
Have a great day!
Have you heard about “Hugo’s Fish Fight”? I hadn’t, until today. And, when I found out about it, I was shocked. Very. And that’s underestimating it.
Basically, according to EU law, fishermen have to throw fish that they don’t need back into the sea. For example, that might be fish that are too big/small, or the wrong type of fish. This is extremely bad for the enviroment, as you’d expect. These fish could be sold on land, and it’s argued that it’s a waste of good food.
A lot of fishermen hate doing this, but it is the EU law. They have to. But Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, the chef that brought this all to our attention, is campaigning. Big time.
Now, here is the official video:
A lot of my posts end with something quite random (like The Secret’s Out), and this one is no exception. So here is a music video:
Have a great day!
Nuts are wonderful. Especially certain types, in certain ways.
Recently (well, I say recently but you’ll be reading this in several months time, so it isn’t recent. It is for me – I’m writing this on Sunday 27th February 2011 at 13:25, months ago for you) there was a post on the wonderful blog The Change Revolution about pistachios. With a mouth-watering picture, as well. You know, I have a sudden urge to eat pistachios…
I’m back. I couldn’t find any. Ah, well.
On the post is a wonderful list of things to do with them, including using them with pancakes and salads (click “read more” below for the full list). Also there is a list of ‘fun facts’, like that they are high in fibre.
Basically, pistachios are tasty and good for you. I say that and you could eat salted ones. NOT healthy. It is amazing how tasty and healthy food can be unhealthy very soon….
Anyway, read the post below, and let me know what you think!
One of my favourite subjects is Science. It really interests me about how the body works, the universe etc. One of the things I haven’t really done much is astronomy, and I thought I’d re-blog a post (from the lovely blog The Change Revolution) with some really interesting astronomy facts.
Whether you are an astronomer, or you had no idea what astronomy is before reading this post, then these facts are still interesting, and they make you think.
The facts are below (just click “read more”), and I hope you enjoy reading them. If you have any thoughts, you can either post them at the bottom of this post, or you can post them at The Change Revolution blog – don’t worry, the author doesn’t bite…
Some amazing blogs:
- petradragon (
- The Change Revolution (
- The World As Seen From My Eyes (
- Hanna Wilbur’s (
- My random spoutings (
Those are just a few…
Who’d have thought it?
The first book introduces us to all the characters, but leaves some mystery… 10/10!
Jacob is a werewolf! And Edward leaves!
Bella has to make a choice.. but who will she choose?
The closes the saga really well. I want more!
…are just as good as the rest of them.
Read the saga! Watch the movies!