Desserts The retro dessert Angel Delight is making a comeback. Pots of ready-made Angel Delight no need to add milk this time around will be available for purchase later this month, in an attempt by manufacturer Premier Foods to revamp the dessert's image and attract younger customers. The new pots offer the light and bubbly Angel Delight taste they know and love, in a convenient ready-to-eat format. The biscuits come in seven different flavours: Pop Tarts are still there — you've just stopped looking for them. Crusha A group of cats playing musical instruments while cows are crushed under bottles of milkshake in the background might be a strange way to advertise your product, but it does make for an unforgettable advert.
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Step inside £m house with its own football pitch and helipad (PICTURES) - Liverpool Echo
View gallery Unable to get planning permission to transform it into the house of their dreams, Steve, 49, and Clare, 40, made the unusual decision to build down, instead of up. The couple worked closely with an architect to come up with the design and in builders began carving out the sandstone. Take a virtual tour of the house: The clever open-plan design means that natural light floods through the property and natural vacuums are used to pull in fresh air, right the way through to the basement floor.
Uses[ edit ] Drums are usually played by striking with the hand, or with one or two sticks. A wide variety of sticks are used, including wooden sticks and sticks with soft beaters of felt on the end. In jazz, some In many traditional cultures, drums have a symbolic function and are used in religious ceremonies.
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