Tag Archives: Famous Reds

Famous Reds: Red Mullet

In one week red pandas and red mullet! Only the mullet is not photogenic. Now the Red Mullet should not be confused with an unfortunate 1980’s hairstyle for gingers. It is, in fact, a fish which is popular eating around … Continue reading

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Cute Red Pandas

The Red Panda has made our “Famous Reds” section before, but these are really sweet…

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Famous Reds: Red Wharf Bay

Red Wharf Bay on the more sheltered east coast of Anglesey has a beautiful award winning beach. For the more active, there is a sailing club and opportunities for walking and cycling. Oh, and three pubs/restaurants, including the Ship. There … Continue reading

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Famous Reds: Red Panda

Not to be confused with the big black and white one, the Red Panda is about the size of a domestic cat, but with a larger tail. It lives in Nepal, China and Myanmar, at some altitude, and is threatened … Continue reading

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Famous Reds: Red Cabbage

Cabbage is not to everyone’s taste, but red cabbage is colourful and full of nutrients. Cooked in the German style with apples, spices, onion and vinegar, even children will like it. Delia Smith’s recipe here. Halve the recipe if necessary, … Continue reading

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Famous Reds: Red Bull

I managed to miss out our series on Famous Reds in February – possibly the excitement of International Coaching Week? On the day after his stunning by-election victory, it is tempting to pick George Galloway as this month’s Red, but … Continue reading

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Famous Reds: Red Army Choir (with The Leningrad Cowboys)

The latest in our series of Famous Reds features the Red Army Choir, from the days of the old Soviet Union (although it still exists as a Russian entity). Consisting of a male choir, orchestra and dancers, they were often … Continue reading

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