Whether it was walking through the wall of the great wall of China, making the Statue of Liberty disappear or floating across the the Grand Canyon, David Copperfield’s level of showmanship was unmatched in the 80’s. The A-Team may have had the cool montages, Knightrider the car chases, Miami Vice the style icons, Magnum PI … Continue reading When Foreign Words Are Supposedly Showmanship
Another Friday and another food infographic to enjoy the day with. This week, why not learn how to grow a variety of vegetables. (It’s definitely the wrong season for some, but these are just handy tips). Enjoy.
Today’s Eatosi ventures to one of the twin cities of Manchester, Amsterdam. Known for its tulips, canals, bikes, red light district and “cafe’s” did you also know that over 70% of bacon consumed in the world comes from, Amsterdam?! The town of Moore, Oklahoma was affected earlier this year by tornadoes which had swept across … Continue reading The Waffle House Index
Palmiro Togliatti had been shot. Italy’s leading Communist leader in the post war was a crucial figure of the day to day running of a nation. Whilst parliament was heavily controlled by the Christian democrats, the working class, the ones responsible for the re-birth of Italy were anything but. The country was economically desolate and … Continue reading When Bartali saved Italy… and cucina povera was born