Do you know, @MaryJayneBaker never fails to put a smile on my face. @TheMirrorBooks have an absolute star in this lady.
After years living in London, costume shop owner Becky Finn is trying to build a new life for herself and fiancé Cole in her old home of Egglethwaite, a sleepy village in the Yorkshire Dales.
Keen to raise funds for the struggling village hall she loved as a child, Becky soon finds herself at the head of a colourful group intent on resurrecting Egglethwaite s Christmas pantomime. But, as she quickly discovers, there’s more to panto than innuendo and slapped thighs.
As opening night grows closer, Becky starts to wonder if her embattled panto will ever make it to the stage and, with handsome co-star Marcus on the scene, if she s picked the right man for her after all.
I started reading this book and felt I’d met an old friend. Having read “A Bicycle Made For Two” I could associate with some of the characters and loved meeting the new ones.
I adore the Yorkshire charm and wit, and the Pantomime rehearsals where so funny, I felt as if I were there!
It’s such a heartwarming story with VERY laugh out loud moments in typical Mary Jayne Baker style. If you know someone, who needs cheering up, just purchase this book. I guarantee it will be the best tonic ever.
I give this book 5*
If you like #Chilli, you really must try @chillidevil. I dropped by today and met the lovely Ian and what a friendly man he is.
I have always loved hot and spicy foods and sauces so trying some of his wonderful delights has been an absolute treat to my palate.
Chilli Devil also make Yorkshire Brown Sauce and Yorkshire Ketchup and I have to say that after trying both I could just eat them alone spread on bread!!
The Yorkshire Ketchup really reminded me of my childhood. My parents used to have some tomato sauce in the pantry that was really tasty and I’ve never tasted anything as nice, until now.
This is absolutely gorgeous, a proper ketchup, like a ketchup should be.
The Yorkshire Brown Sauce was just as tasty, I cannot wait to have a massive dollop on my gammon later, it had a nice kick to it, a very pleasant kick, one I like to call, a Kickette.
The Whisky & Chilli Marmalade really was out of this world. I put some on my chicken at lunchtime to oomph up my sandwich, and boy did it do just that. It had a kick but the tanginess of the marmalade made it very palatable.
Ian, The Head Saucerer says
My favourite uses for Chilli & Whisky Maramalade (toast aside) are either using it as a glaze on chicken, or diluting it a little with hot water (or more whisky) and drizzling it over chocolate mud pie…
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