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What do you do with your leftovers? Are they lost forever in your freezer? Is there a lovely frozen meal in your work refrigerator right now, just waiting to be eaten for lunch? In Scotland, leftovers don't have to include zip-top bags, or sodium-saturated (but flavor-deficient!) frozen meals. In comes Rumbledethumps—what a name, for such a dish! Did you know that the British Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, named... FULL ARTICLE…

:) :) Two very happy quokkas spotted by Elisa - The Best Job In The World Park Ranger on Rottnest Island, Western Australia

Rare, Old and vintage me.

Highland Park 1973 - Rare Old (Gordon and MacPhail)

Glencraig is the name of single malt made in the Lomond still at the Glenburgie distillery. Glencraig whiskies were distilled between 1958 and

University of Edinburgh | Study Abroad | Arcadia University | The College of Global Studies | Scotland | Scotland is a favorite study abroad destination for students and the University of Edinburgh, one of the world’s leading academic institutions, is always a popular choice. It has the oldest English literature department in Britain and its alumni include Charles Darwin, David Hume and former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

University of Edinburgh allows you the study abroad at a world leading academic institution while in Scotland's capital city.

NB. Patricia Janet, Baroness Scotland of Asthal (b.1955) is a British barrister, and served in many ministerial positions within the UK Government, most notably as the Attorney General for England and Wales and Advocate for Northern Ireland. She was born in Dominica, she was appointed Attorney General by PM Gordon Brown, the first woman to hold the office since its foundation in 1315. When Labour was defeated in 2010, she became the Shadow AG. She is currently a president of Chatham House.

: : woman : : Baroness Patricia Scotland of Asthal – QC and first female attorney general

Painting of Gordons and Greys to the front at Waterloo.

The Eagle of the French Ligne captured by the Royal Scots Greys. Painting by Stanley Berkeley depicting the famous charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo.

Scottish society in the Middle Ages - Wikipedia

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