And Gutenberg Lived Here: The Epic Battle Of The Easter Phyllo- Bring Your Own Catsup.

About a week ago, in preparation for Easter, I made an impulse buy- phyllo dough. In case you haven’t heard of it, it’s that strange layered stuff you have to defrost, flatten, layer, pull, leave sit for a while, take an aspirin, start flattening, pulling, watering, again. And studying. from the standpoint of: “it says […]

And Gutenberg Lived Here: The Flying Squirrels, And Other Easter Traditions

Gutenberg Land is, to put it in a nutshell, one of the more unusual places on this planet to spend Easter. ie First there are the historical traditions: the capping of village wells with a crown of large, croquet hoop shaped, willow slips, to which centuries old and carefully packed away each year, blown out […]

And Gutenberg Lived Here: What On Earth Happened To All The Eggs?

Spring is sprung, the grass is riz, time to look for where the Easter stuff is. Yup It’s that time of year again. And Gutenberg Land is no different from anywhere else ie Yesterday we did the usual Easter shopping thing- clothes, socks, underwear, hey, when you’ve got a man along, and he has finally […]

And Gutenberg Lived Here: Elementary, My Dear Watson.

Yesterday, while working on how to kill a protagonist I didn’t really want to kill, (although said prot. surely deserved it, the way I have written it,) which therefore meant I probably just wasn’t ready to do said prot. in, which definitely meant more background detail in a piece that already contains egyptian pyramids that […]