Archive for March, 2013

Crunchie time


A wee Easter story for youse, all about my own favourite chocolate bar. On May 13 1929, J.S. Fry & Sons of Bristol launched their latest product onto the market. Children and adults alike went mad for the Crunchie (price 2d (less than 1p decimal)), and its crisp honeycomb toffee centre covered in two coatings […]

I was in a certain well-known public house in the middle of Bristol the other day. This is a place which has been hugely popular for decades not on account of the quality of its food or drink, but because of its atmosphere. So it was here that I had a couple of pints of […]