Sunday, 16 November 2008

End of the Line - Zone 9 Chesham

After climbing a very windy and steep hill and starting back down this picture was made. Brad and I decided to go to Chesham to see if we could see some ruralness at the end of the tube. Zone 9 is the farthest you can go. It was interesting a nice little place, small enough you could probably walk everywhere if you lived in town but there were also plenty of cars getting people around that was a little disappointing and loud.

Luxury Choreos

Brad and I have refined the choreos a bit more by drizzling white chocolate on the top of them as a finishing touch. As Brad says, "It is all in the presentation."

For those of you who don't know what a Choreo is:

Blend up Oreo's until they're all in little pieces
Add cream cheese and blend again until the consistency is of a VERY thick milkshake
Then form them into little balls and put them in the freezer for a couple of hours
Remove from freezer to dip them in melted milk chocolate then put them in the fridge

To do the Luxury version:

When done with the milk chocolate return to the freezer for about an hour
Melt white chocolate (if done too much it will burn-we found out the hard way)
Then drizzle the melted white chocolate on top of everything and put them in the fridge

Thursday, 13 November 2008


Please disregard the 11 internship applications I sent out with a typo in the cover letter.



Funsies at the British Museum

My first time there but I will probably go back to make some better pictures. The bottom picture is part of the Statuephilia exhibit peppered throughout the museum. Most of them I enjoyed thoroughly including this one.

Earl's Court Dog Show

Note: Please notice the leash on the kid.

Lights out at 11pm

An FYI for people shooting late night down at parliment. They turn the lights out at 11pm.

Tuesday, 14 October 2008

Chocolate Factory

On our way to a failed attempt at getting a bunch of free chocolate saw this guy. That is it. We got two small bites of chocolate in the most expensive department store/grocery store I've ever seen. All in all, a bust.