Busy week here at Musa – and one of the things keeping us busy has been the work of Ewan Thomson which has been getting tons of compliments.
Ewan’s written his first blog post, for his first solo exhibition. We do love a bit of art at Musa. Do you consider films a work of art? We certainly do – however our belief never held up too strongly for the film Samantha’s Baby. Andrew Watson of Aberdeen Voice sat through the film, which if we read his post correctly he wishes he didn’t. Horrible horrors are sometimes good, not in this case it seems. And talking of horrors, look at these Sad Meals for One.
A nice glass of milk always goes down well, but which colour do you drink? Christine Laennec has an irreverent look at the different coloured lids on milk – are you a red, a green or a blue?
And while we’re hot in the kitchen, some bloggers seem to think Aberdeen should get ready to build an ark or an ark with skis on the bottom considering recent weather reports. Bob Smith takes advantage of the weather to give him inspiration for a poem entitled,”Flood Weet an Fears”, he almost makes flooding seem blissful. Meanwhile, Suzanne Kelly feels that Aberdeen council could take some lessons from the Big Apple.
Talking about lessons, Duncan Harley seems in the mood to teach TV executives a lesson or two – he rages against the system as it stands in a mild mannered post. As long as he leaves our chums at STV alone as they’ve given us great coverage in the last few weeks!
Food and drink is what is closest to our hearts here at Musa. So to round off this round up – let’s have a look at some of our favourite foody posts we’ve spotted.
First we have Elizabeth and her Kitchen Diary, she’s promoting the upcoming #ScotFood tweet event on the 3rd February. Based around the Orkney/Shetland isles, it’s certainly the furthest North tweet event we’ll have taken part in.
We like a good recipe, so we went nuts for Scottish Mum’s Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato Soup. Why not try make that…or attempt to learn our quick and easy Marininer recipe in time for Valentines.