Meg wanted me to bring some of her blancmange, she makes it very nicely, and Beth thought her cats would be comforting.
"That looks too pretty to eat," he said, smiling with pleasure, as Jo uncovered the dish, and showed the blancmange, surrounded by a garland of green leaves, and the scarlet flowers of Amy's pet geranium.
Gary Glitter "People think of Barbara Cartland and they think of a pink blancmange
ISN'T it time they gave HM a break and told her they could open Parliament without her dressing up like some elderly overdone squidgy blancmange
It was like trying to knit with blancmange
. Whatever the law, people will do the best they can to cope - and even then feel they haven't done enough.
Dressed in fluorescent pink, and resembling a giant blancmange
, she wowed the judges.
I've no intention of wasting pounds 20 on going to see the Dome and suggest that most people would prefer to spend a day in the sun strolling around a park than visiting a giant blancmange
perched on the banks of the Thames.
So when I was asked to do blancmange
, of course I agreed.
Dr Tony Calland, chairman of the British Medical Association's Welsh Council, likened the grey matter to a firm blancmange
. He said: "If you put that in a box and surround it with a Fairly Liquid type jelly, and then hit that box with a 12lb lump hammer you can imagine what will happen to that blancmange
Coronation Street, ITV WHEN Les Battersby's blancmange
bride turned up with kiss curls bearing the mark of , he should have guessed his sham marriage to Cilla was destined to become a "burning pit of agony..." as the devil bride called it.
Jen's new culinary skills have made her take style inspiration from the kitchen - but that blancmange
number is a horror
To others it looked like a blancmange
fresh out of the mould.