Not knowing much about something I have very strong opinions on….
Remember that with authentic Italian pizzas, less is more in terms of the toppings. This is true of most Italian cuisine. The ingredients are carefully chosen to compliment each other as well as possible.
Many pizzerias in Naples only serve a couple of different pizzas. Whilst I think that there are other great combinations, I do think it’s a great starting point to take a look at the traditional Italian pizzas and their toppings.
Even if I had an ear for it, I would never dare to take them up on their offer.
You can tell just by looking at it that you want to know what you are letting yourself in for.
And its much the same with both the coffee and the certified organic wholefoods you find at St Martins Coffee. A bit intimidating at first.
But there is no need to make a public spectacle of oneself.
There are plenty of secluded spots where one can hideaway, with a newspaper to watch and observe before taking the plunge.
“Since our inception, June 1979, we have never used microwave ovens, aluminium pots, artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or tin openers. No industrial chain shop, factory, mass produced convenience meals will ever be served to you here.”
The property has a 18th Century facade and mediaeval interior that has been sensitively restored and furnished with an eclectic mixture of beams, log fires and enticing hideaways. Giving one every reason to expolre the twists and turns and the journey to the toilets on the third floor is an experience no visitor to Chichester should miss.
Working for Deliveroo, Uber Eats and Just Eat is a part-time job. Something to do to earn a bit extra where the emphasis is on flexibility.
The area is sometimes busy and other times not. So the trick is to choose your times and manage the down time as best as you can. But don’t expect to get eight hours in a day with back to back deliveries. You will be lucky to even earn at the minimum wage in the times you do work.
Having said that I use a car for deliveries as it suits me. I also don’t mind the quiet times as I find a table at a coffee shop and blog.
Monday: First order from the Coop at 11h00 and then Waitrose at 12h00
Two deliveries in the next hour both long hauls to Tangmere
Despatched to Coop in Tangmere at 13h30 with an hours break before delivering a milkshake to one of the same customers in Tangmere area
Deliveries for Waitrose at 15h00 and 16h00 followed by two back toback for Kokoro
Wagamama at 17h35 followed by Giggling Squid
Bangerz & Burgerz (delay) and LA Fish
Clients instruction in spitalfield stating entrance at rear but no directionson how to get there.
Forgot torch so packed it in 55.91 over 93 miles
Early start at 08h00 as there is a boosted fee of 1.3. Currently displaying Moderately busy
This is what took me back to Winchester over the weekend.
Only to discover that it is no longer on the menu. After a three hour bus ride, it was a bit of a disappointment. Despite which the Black Boy pub is still worth a visit.
Although I doubt it will involve a special outing by bus next time.
Old wooden tables and a quirky collection of the oddest artefacts and bric-a-brac. Four squirrels playing pool in a glass case, a couple of squash rackets mounted on the wall and shelves of books. Not quite a library, nor a museum but definitely a pub worth exploring.
Tucked away behind the Cathedral are the Bishops Palace Gardens
Two thousand years ago the Romans built a wall for defensive purposes around the city which is still largely intact. The Cathedrals Historic Quarter lies in the south-west quadrant and the gardens date back to 1147.
Contained within the city walls with the inspiring backdrop of the Cathedral and its spire it offers both residents and visitors an opportunity to relax and unwind.
There is a 16th century gateway off South Street into Canon Lane which gives access to the Bishop’s Palace and gardens.
St Richard’s Walk leads off the Lane to the Cathedral with a view of the Deanery which was built in 1725. It replaced the original Deanery which was damaged in the English Civil War.
Vicars’ Close with the remaining four houses of twelve which once housed the vicars’ choral, leads to the Vicars’ Hall. Originally there was another row opposite, but these were turned into shops facing out into South Street in 1825.