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AJ Locksmiths Leicester Website Rebranding

Updated 3rd April 2017: You may have heard of the well renowned Leicestershire based locksmith company called AJ Locksmith Leicester in Narborough, Leicester. Recently they launched an entire re-brand of their company, with a new website, and a new domain name. They have plenty of reviews on Google, Yell and Yelp, and have become a family favourite among locals, who appreciate their kind service, and fair pricing. Their reputation has been made through a wide range of commercial and residential locksmith services in Leicestershire, with some fantastic reviews from around the web that really make this locksmith company stand out from the rest. AJ Locksmiths Leicester 8 Linnett Close, Narborough, Leicester LE19 2TQ http://www.ajlocksmithsleicester.co.uk/ 07729 554332 help@ajlocksmithsleicester.co.uk This Leicester based locksmith company is truly one of the best around, with a wealth of experience in changing doors, locks and fixing uPVC doors and windows, they really have a speciality in this sort of thing, and I can highly recommend AJ Locksmiths Leicester if you’re located around that county in the Midlands, especially if you’re interested in (or need a locksmith Leicester) the Master Locksmiths Association (MLA).   Locksmith Tools – Learn the trade and become a better locksmith They use the finest, most advanced tools available, such as the ones used in this locksmith video below. A true master locksmith, can open any lock, such as when this safe that was locked for 35 years was finally opened in October this year! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment!

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2015 News About The UK Yard Furnishings Online Retail Market

Considering the current buzz around Gardencentreshopping, we had a look at exactly what makes their garden furniture variety so special. In fact we found the option to be substantially improved upon 2014, with Winawood ™ being the stand out product. Typically in online markets, there is an incentive to lower the rate along with the high quality, in order to drive more sales, and with high ticket items such as outdoor furniture, this can be all as well alluring a strategy. Nevertheless much better stores are ones that stick to the better, and also for that reason have items that people like, which last a lifetime. Browse this fantastic video on garden furniture here for more information popular garden furniture videos

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The Best Way to do SEO to Your Youtube Videos in August 2015

. The best way to rank your videos in 2015, is to use multiple youtube url variations, and build links to these instead of just the normal watch url. This helps ensure that you don't burn out the single link, and helps diversify the incoming signals to your youtube video. I have actually been looking how to rate my youtube videos in Google for several months, as well as I lastly located this perfect remedy. Rapidly obtain positions in hours, especially when using live occasions or hangouts. Check it out below! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtube_gdata&v=ZGX7-KJYlu4 videourlvariations.com may also be of interest

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My Review of Gardencentreshoppings New Array of Round Rattan Eating Sets

About Gardencentreshopping Gardencentreshopping.co.uk, have a wide range of garden furniture for you to browse, all in stock, and available for home delivery.   This range shows a fantastic variety of wicker materials, and synthetic colours. They are premium quality, the best, wonderfully durable, and can be left outside all year round. They seems sturdy, with aluminium frames (meaning no rust) and UV stabilised wicker, which will not fade of go brittle in the sun, wind, rain or ice! Round rattan sets are the perfect choice for your outdoor patio area Gardencentreshopping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gjk0L4ijnAA I have found the best way to buy this sort of furniture is to visit it in store, normally at a local garden centre, as you never know what you are going to notice when you actually sit on it! Round rattan dining sets are perfect for a circular patio area. https://www.gardencentreshopping.co.uk/rattan/rattan-dining-sets/round   Customise your outdoor round rattan dining set today at GCS https://www.gardencentreshopping.co.uk/blog/round-rattan-dining-sets/ I hope you enjoyed my review! 10/10 for sure.

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Gardencentreshopping: New Corner Rattan Sofa Set with Cushion Storage for 2015!

This corner sofa easily seats 4 people, with extra thick cushions to make relaxing outside all afternoon a breeze. The cushion storage box makes it really simple to use this furniture, and the main set can be left outside all year round, as it has an aluminium frame that will not rust, and weather proof synthetic rattan that will not rot, warp, or fade. The cushions are also shower proof, in case you get caught with an unexpected shower! I'm extremely glad that they have actually thought of this brand-new outside item, as it will certainly make my garden such a charming location to unwind in this summertime. take a look at http://www.gardencentreshopping.co.uk/rattan/all-rattan-furniture/rattan-corner-sofa-set-with-storage Appears like I'll be having buddies over for a elegant and also innovative garden event in 2015 nevertheless! You will not regret it if anybody was interested in getting one of these collections then follow the web link! I would certainly give Gardencentreshopping at least 9 out of 10! Rattan Corner Couch Adjust with Cushion Storage space take a look at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yrMGiw3sWDo

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SEO London LIVE EVENT – Update June 25th 2015

SEO London LIVE EVENT – Update June 25th 2015 A fast update for you men, with this current Search Engine Optimization training for London based companies, with free consulting, for any type of firm based in the area.   SEO User Metrics We will go over clicks and how to encourage people to click in the right places. Local SEO for London We will go over the best way to rank locally in London for 2015. And much more! Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXh4TWVQbZA&feature=kp And some other useful videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1JNuE_ijJs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sGa-_xPX9IA

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The Life of Rowan

Rowan trees are everywhere.  I didn’t know what they were until my mum pointed them out to me this year and now I can’t stop seeing them all over the place.   This is what they look like: When I was last at home I set to making some Rowan jelly, but you could use the berries in a jam with some other fruits or perhaps to infuse some vodka, like in this damson gin recipe. They are very bitter so whatever you do you need to add plenty of sugar to counteract that.  The jelly is traditionally eaten with game, but also delicious with pork and is very simple to make.  Here’s a little video to show you just how simple: . Pick your rowan berries and discard the leaves and stalks.  Place in a pan and cover with water, bring up to the boil and let simmer away for 15-20 minutes until soft.  Pour the rowans and water through a jelly bag, or a sieve double-lined with muslin, suspended over a pan and allow to drip until no more liquid comes through.  1 hour should do it if you’re not making very much.  Do not push the liquid through as this will result in a cloudy jelly. Place a small plate in the freezer.  Measure how much liquid you have and pour it into a pan with an equal quantity of sugar.  Slowly bring up to the boil, allowing the sugar to dissolve.  Then bubble away for 10-15 minutes.  Take a teaspoon of the liquid out of the pan and place it on the plate in the freezer, leave it for 20 seconds or so and then push it with your finger.  If it wrinkles up, then your jelly has reached setting point.  If it doesn’t, keep bubbling and check every couple of minutes.  Once there, remove from the heat and pour into sterlised jars, cover and store. It’s as easy as that.  Go and find yourself some rowans, they really are all over the place. About these ads

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Panzanella-esque Salad

Now that the sun is out and the garden is planted I’m in the mood for some fresh deliciousness.  What I find exciting about this recipe is that in a couple of months I’ll be able to pick almost all the core ingredients (apart from the bread and red onion) straight from the garden.  That is really something to look forward to, but for now, thanks go to Abel and Cole for their delicious fruit and veg. This is pretty much a panzanella – I didn’t have any stale bread so instead made croutons from some nice fresh bread and then added a couple of extra ingredients.  A simple, quick and easy lunch best enjoyed outside. Serves 2 1 thick cut slice bread, cut into cubes A pinch each of chilli flakes, caraway seeds and dried oregano 1 tablespoon of olive oil 200g cherry tomatoes, halved 1/2 red onion, diced 2 tbsp red wine vinegar 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1/2 tbsp soft thyme leaves 1 tbsp basil leaves, torn A couple of handfuls lettuce Heat a pan over a medium heat.  Place the cubes of bread in a bowl and toss with the chilli flakes, caraway seeds, dried oregano and olive oil.  Season with salt.  When the pan is hot add the bread and cook, turning occasionally until lightly golden on all sides. In the same bowl mix the cherry tomatoes, red onion, wine vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, thyme and basil leaves. Finally stir in the croutons. Divide the lettuce between two plates and top with the rest of the salad.  Serve immediately. About these ads

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The Garden got Planted

This year I took it upon myself to nominate James as head of gardening.  There were moments when I wasn’t entirely sure anything was going to materialise, but lo and behold last Friday a box full of delicious plug plants arrived from Rocket Gardens and in they went to his immaculately turned soil in a very orderly fashion. The first year we grew veg we were given a Rocket Garden box and it was a huge success.  Last year I boldly thought I should have a go entirely from seed, it was not such a success.  With our limited space / experience / knowledge messing around with growing from seed meant that the rate of success wasn’t really high enough for it to be worth it.  At least with these plug plants things have a bit more of a chance, so fingers crossed everything will grow perfectly and I’ll have lots of recipes for you using peas, dwarf beans, tomatoes, runner beans, courgettes, strawberries, rainbow chard, spinach and more lettuce than I can possibly conceive of eating. In the meantime, if anyone’s garden remains unplanted or you’ve got a window box or some space going begging I can’t recommend Rocket Gardens more highly (even Hugh F-W endorses them, and he actually knows what he’s talking about).  We went for the Patio Container Garden, but there’s a whole array to choose from and you can also buy different vegetables individually.  Alternatively, your local garden centre or Homebase will be able to stock you up on lots of little seedlings. On a more fruity note, we were given a beautiful little apple tree especially for container planting as a wedding present so that has gone in and I’ve also begun our very own vineyard with one grape vine bought at the lovely Colombia Road.  So watch this space for lots of recipes using our fruit and veg straight from the ground… About these ads

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Easter Eggs (salted caramel)

While I was training at catering college (in about 2007) I was shown how to make Easter eggs and I thought to myself – “Wow, that’s easy, I’m totally going to make them every year.”  Well…  This is the first year I’ve ever made them.  So, in light of this, maybe this recipe will inspire you to make some in six years time or if you’re more pro-active than me you might even make them this Easter. All you need for a basic egg is some chocolate, some hot water and an Easter egg mould.  My mould came from the wonderful Gill Wing, you can easily get some online and I know John Lewis have some mini silicone ones. As for the “(salted caramel)” part of this recipe…it’s in brackets because I’m not really sure how good it is, it adds something but I think my method is a bit skewed and perhaps if it’s your first time too it might be best to go with a classic, straight-up chocolate egg. for the egg: 250g chocolate of your choice (if not adding salted caramel, add 50g more choc) for the salted caramel: 50g golden caster sugar, 1 tbsp creme fraiche or double cream, 2 pinches sea salt flakes Chop the chocolate into small chunks and place in a small bowl.  Boil the kettle and pour the water into a larger bowl, place the chocolate bowl into this to allow the chocolate to melt.  Give a little stir of encouragement every few minutes.  Leave it in the hot water so it doesn’t harden up. If doing the caramel…. Slowly melt the sugar in a small pan to make a caramel, shaking it around every so often so it melts evenly.  Once it’s turned golden, add the creme fraiche and salt and stir.  If it solidifies again, melt back down.  Add bit by bit into the melted chocolate, using a stick blender to combine. Now it’s time to layer up the egg.  Place a couple of spoonfuls of melted chocolate into one half of the mould and swirl it around until evenly coated.  Repeat with the other half.  Place in the fridge for 10 minutes. Repeat this process until you’ve done four layers, use a knife to even off the edges of both halves – otherwise it will be very difficult to stick them together, believe me, I tried.  Leave to set for about 45mins to 1 hour. Hold some of the remaining melted chocolate back to use as a glue to join the two halves together.  Use the rest to make some little chocolates to fill the egg with.  I used a silicone ice tray, but you can get all sorts of fancy chocolate moulds.  To make six chocolates, I half filled each cube with chocolate, left them until almost set and then added a hazelnut to each and covered with more chocolate.  I left these to set for about 45 minutes while the egg was setting. Removing the egg from the mould is easier than I expected, pull the mould outwards and it seems to release itself.  Place the chocolates in one side (handle gently or the shine will disappear), coat the edge of one half with melted chocolate and place the other half on top.  This didn’t work so simply for me as I hadn’t left enough chocolate so there was all sorts of activity with a blow torch, not advisable. Wrap up however you fancy and give it to someone lucky. If chocolate isn’t your thing, how about giving these Hot Cross Buns a go, today’s the day! About these ads

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