|Mine's a single malt, please.|
No no, I haven't the skills to go all cookery on you. The lack of photographic skill alone means that there is no chance of me writing a blog about cookery - you'd be put off before the end of the first sentence. It's weird isn't it - how on some cookery blogs, a stew or casserole can look so inviting and worth trying and on another, it can look as though it might have already been eaten. Oh sorry, not spoiling your tea, am I?Well, now you're off food for a minute, here's the scoop on the artfully photographed bottle of vinegar. We needed some, and when I saw this had a spray top, I had to buy it...it's been a teeny joke in this house that Mr Dunnit needs an industrial amount of vinegar on chips and fish fingers; and I thought that this would facilitate the delivery. And save Miss Dunnit and I having to wait five minutes with our chips going cold just so his food was adequately drenched.
Well crafters, get thee a bottle of this! It's the best ever spray top I've come across. Really. No idea why, but it is. It sprays a perfect blast of a fine vinegar mist about 10 inches I'd say, in a really good triangle from the squirt nozzle thing. Mr Dunnit says it doesn't enhance the vinegar delivery particularly, so it will be decanted, he can go back to drops... I shall probably only use it for ink spraying - am thinking that the fine nozzle might be easily bocked by mica etc...so am going to rummage out my DI refill. (Note, I only have one!). I will report further. Just as soon as the smell of vinegar can be removed from the bottle - and therefore any card I spray! I guess there's a really good domestic solution of baking powder or such that does that. But I'm not Martha Stewart - just an over excitable woman who now has to have chips for tea every night for a bottles' worth of time. Talk about suffering for your art!