Hello world!

Welcome to the new Cornrows.co.uk news section!  We were using an older version of PostNuke that is no longer supported, and it finally broke.  In deciding what to do about it, I thought it might be nice to look into a totally different news management system, and go blog style.

So feel free to comment, and let me know what you think.

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3 Responses to Hello world!

  1. gloria says:

    very nice website you’ve got. i know something about hair braiding. this started when i was about 12 years old. somehow through my teenages i lost the interest. i have been through university and all that but i have suddenly generated the interest again. i need a lot of polishing up because i want to go proffessional. i find all the information you’ve downloaded on the internet very useful. is your online school still running?

  2. Jacque says:

    I came across your website cornrows.co.uk and love it! I am excited to say I added your site to my directory at kinnks.com and hope you will do the same. Look forward to linking up on future natural hair projects!

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    Ask me how to join our mailing list!

  3. Zendy says:

    This is really hard. I miss salt and I work so many hours that I eat on fly even thgouh I eat mostly local good food. Monday I woke up in a hurry to get out the door and realized that I did not remember to bring home my 100 miles foods. I rummaged through my kitchen trying to find any 100-mile foods and found bee pollen from Pomery. I also had milk but I don’t drink milk. I ate some bee pollen and went to the p.e.a.c.h. Farm for Monday AM harvest. Fortunately the farm is full of fresh produce so I ate fresh tomatoes, the black cherry tomatoes are my favorite of the moment, cucumbers, peppers and tomatios. I still ended up being very hunger, likely due to the hard physical work of harvest, by the time I got home at noon. Again I found myself in my non-100 miles stocked kitchen and came up with this dish. I took cream from the top of the milk and saute9ed summer squash, tomitios, fresh oregano and green onion most of which came from our front yard garden (thanks Jac!—he is the one who plants and waters it). It was ok but it REALLY needed SALT! On Monday I missed salt more then anything. I also had a cup of hot tea with mint from our front yard sweetened with local honey, a bowl of cereal with Emmer flakes, honey and milk. What really sustained me was the half gallon of Green Smoothie I made with kale from Tolstoy, chard from Front Porch and nectarines from Twin Springs. Again, I miss salt more then anything else.I want to know what food and creativity that other have come up with.

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