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from Telegraph.co.uk

Muhammad Ali, The Champ: previously unseen photographs

Robinson, Leonard and Ali in Black and White - Codeblack Icons

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from the Guardian

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Spangles (1948) The same year George Orwell gazed apprehensively into a totalitarian future, Mars unveiled a more upbeat response to post-war austerity with these translucent sugar squares. Over three decades tangerine, butterscotch, 'Old English', cola and dozens more varieties appeared, until their liquidation in ... 1984.

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from Mail Online

Remarkable photographs of Canary Wharf show how busy financial centre was once a thriving port taking in sugar, rum and elephants

Sugar being hoisted into warehouses at West India Docks, London.

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from the Guardian

Nigel Slater: Dish for compliments

A cold, baked salmon, a mild mayonnaise and cucumber... Nigel Slater is hooked on a summer catch.

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Traditional Persian Handmade Wool Antique Rug 6'x3' ft Carpet 202cm x 120cm #Persian Rugs

Wartime Recipes How we survived in a time of rationing 1939 – 1953 Welcome to Wartime Recipes - Potato Short Bread, Parsley Honey, Rhubarb Jam Without Sugar, Chestnut Soup, Carrot Cream Soup, ROCK BUNS, WARTIME MAYONNAISE,

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St. Joseph (St. Joe) Plantation was built in 1830. It is located along the Great River Road (Highway 18) in Vacherie, Louisiana. The 12,000-square-foot raised Creole-style home (standing on brick columns to protect from flooding) The plantation was first owned by Josephine Aime Ferry in 1830, but the Ferry family sold it to Joseph Waguespack It is today maintained by descendants of the Waguespack and Simon families

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Sorrel is a species of the hibiscus plant and is made into an herbal iced drink in season at Christmas time.

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from eBay

The Perfect Gift by Al Lacy (2006, Paperback)

Vintage Retro Caddy-Matic Tea or Sugar dispenser 1950s/60s. Posh ! it was my job to push the button three times for the tea x

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