Señorita

Good morning darlings, if I see one more man in a Winter weight suit I may scream!!! The poor souls haven’t a clue. Yes of course one must wear a suit of sorts but the English prefer to swelter than take a lighter cloth. Yes the ladies have it easier, much cooler in a frock. Just remember, work is
A) Not the beach
B) Not a night club

Leave something for your boyfriend.

One may have to purchase a larger, darker pair of glasses to shield oneself from the sunburnt sweaty horrors.

One look that one will never tire of when the temperatures soar is the gypsy dress/top. Infinitely flattering and undisputedly feminine.

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Ahem…

However Gypsy caravans are très romantic.

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Maybe not.

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Now we’re talking, Ms. Moss the sexiest looking Gypsy around. That girl can rock anything.

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Think Bardot

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Show a shoulder and smoulder.

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Très Bugsy Malone.

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Très Home Alone.

And of course the line up wouldn’t be complete without good old Joan

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J.C knows how to give good shoulder.

A Señorita must eat.
Spanish omelettes all round.

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Ingredients

500.0g new potatoes
1 onion , preferably white
150.0ml extra-virgin olive oil
3.0 tbsp chopped flatleaf parsley
6 eggs

Scrape the potatoes or leave the skins on, if you prefer. Cut them into thick slices. Chop the onion.
Heat the oil in a large frying pan, add the potatoes and onion and stew gently, partially covered, for 30 minutes, stirring occasionally until the potatoes are softened. Strain the potatoes and onions through a colander into a large bowl (set the strained oil aside).
Beat the eggs separately, then stir into the potatoes with the parsley and plenty of salt and pepper. Heat a little of the strained oil in a smaller pan. Tip everything into the pan and cook on a moderate heat, using a spatula to shape the omelette into a cushion.
When almost set, invert on a plate and slide back into the pan and cook a few more minutes. Invert twice more, cooking the omelette briefly each time and pressing the edges to keep the cushion shape. Slide on to a plate and cool for 10 minutes before serving.

Bon profit!

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