'We meet people all year round and a comment that comes up is that they tell us they have a spoonful
a day and they never feel ill.'
"It makes you happy and what better way to celebrate the winter solstice than with a spoonful
of ice cream to add a bit of sunshine."
After one spoonful
, the palate detects the deliciously creamy and subtly flavoured lemon yoghurt through which the slightly sweet and textured dessert bits starts to shine.
He said: "The increase is a spoonful
of sugar to make the bad medicine go down for pensioners.
SERVING: Katie of Belle Vale primary school Pictures: TONY KENWRIGHT; SPOONFUL
: Matthew, Chelsea and Amy
He said: 'I always take a spoonful
of honey before a match to give me stamina.'
FOLLOWING on from your reply to Sarah Housley (Spoonful
Of Sugar, July 19) regarding advice about getting a book published.
But remember there's only one way a spoonful
of the granulated stuff helps the medicine go.
INGREDIENTS: 2oz margarine, 2ozsugar,one reconstituted egg, 1 / tsp vanilla essence, 6oz raisingflour,1 tbs cocoa, 1 / tsp baking powder, a little milk, spoonful
Take a spoonful
of Bournemouth at 8-15 to beat Northampton, and sprinkle it with Watford at 1-2 to beat Tranmere, Forest at 4-7 to beat Gillingham, Arsenal at 10-11 to win at Derby, and Torquay at 10-11 to beat York.
Whizz up 125g of fresh raspberries with the juice of two passion fruit and 1tsp icing sugar, sieve and pop a spoonful
on each plate.
Mary: SHE can console the most scared child with ditties like A Spoonful
of Sugar (Makes the Medicine Go Down).