Bright lights, trolley spin and briskets. Sounds like a Blue Nile song but it’s just another week in the Aberdeen blogosphere.
Did you catch the Northern Lights? No? Well – our friends at STV Aberdeen have got a great round up for you, have a gander at the beautiful power of nature.
Whilst we’re on the subject of STV congratulations are in order, they’ve had their app shortlisted as digital product of the year– best of luck.
From Northern Lights to Tango Raindrop (how’s that for a tortured connection 🙂 ) has a scrumptious slow roasted, rolled brisket recipe for us – and for something a little more quick we show you how to make popcorn sundaes.
Whilst at Musa we get our food freshly deliverd, not everyone is as lucky and here Scottish Mum shares her experience of Trolley Rage – a scourge that we’re sure most people have suffered from at one time. It’s a shame her insightful blog post on 15 uses for coconut oil don’t provide a coconut induced relief from supermarket stress!
Travelling away from Aberdeen – we’ve got some cool photos from Mood of Collapse who is still enthralling us with his pictures from London – including a massive and intoxicated “Mickey Mouse”. Which takes us to our next post – an interview with Aberdonian and Hollywood hopeful Declan Michael Laird.
…and while we don’t have Blue Nile playing this weekend we do have Mikey Rae (Friday) and Los Acousticos Bandidos (Saturday).
(Yes we know this weeks post title sounds like a song by Robbie Shepperd, as far as we know he’s not done this. Here is his old classic, Nefertiti was a Queen as heard at our live Monday night sessions).