Saturday, 29 November 2008 7 favourite vegetables of mine

  1. Romano Peppers
  2. Spinach
  3. Red Onion
  4. Peas
  5. Leeks
  6. Mange Tout
  7. Brussel Sprouts

Friday, 28 November 2008 7 physicists of note

  1. Blaise Pascal
  2. Leonard Euler
  3. Georg Ohm
  4. James Dewar
  5. Nikola Tesla
  6. Francis Crick
  7. K. Eric Drexler

Thursday, 27 November 2008 7 classic movie monsters

  1. The Creature from the Black Lagoon
  2. Godzilla
  3. The Thing
  4. Mothra
  5. Pumpkinhead
  6. The Blob
  7. The Kraken

Wednesday, 26 November 2008 7 sudoku techniques

  1. Hidden Single
  2. Naked Single
  3. Naked Subsets
  4. Unit Intersection
  5. X-Wing
  6. Swordfish
  7. Jellyfish

Tuesday, 25 November 2008 7 British regional cakes

  1. Banbury Cakes
    A sweet puff pastry cake has been made since ancient times in Banbury, Oxfordshire. The pastry is filled with raisins, currants, mixed peel, sugar and spices.
  2. Dundee Cake
    A rich fruit cake manufactured in Dundee by Keiller who add their left over marmalade ingredients to a traditional cake. The Dundee cake is topped with whole almonds
  3. Eccles Cakes
    First baked for the Eccles Wakes festival days Eccles cakes are puff pastry rounds filled with buttered dried fruit and spices
  4. Pepper Cake
    Pepper cake originated in the North of England. It is a fruit cake made with ginger and cloves. The addition of ground black pepper is unusual and gives the cake an extra spicy flavour.
  5. Lardy Cake
    A sweet cake made of bread dough, lard, sugar, and dried fruit, originating from Wiltshire
  6. Bath Buns
    The Bath bun is a rich, sweet yeast dough shaped round that has a lump of sugar baked in the bottom and more crushed sugar sprinkled on top after baking
  7. Oatmeal Bannocks
    Bannock is the Gaelic word for cake. Oatmeal bannocks are flat cakes made with oatmeal, baking soda and dripping. They are cooked on a griddle.

Monday, 24 November 2008 7 ridiculous mythical beasts

  1. Mermecolion - Head of a lion, body of an ant
  2. Bonnacon - An Asian animal, like a bison, that emits noxious vapors from is rear if attacked. These vapors can cover 3 acres, and will burn trees in its path.
  3. Gansas - A swan with one webbed foot and one talon. Every year they migrate to the moon
  4. Sea Monk - A fish that looks like a monk
  5. Lamb Tree - A lamb that is grown from a plant. It remains attached to the plant through a cord in the navel. The lamb can graze within the length of the cord, but when it eats all the vegetation within reach, it dies.
  6. Scylla - Half nymph, half deadly 6 headed wolf beast.
  7. Wolpertinger - A flying bunny with antlers and fangs

Sunday, 23 November 2008 7 more objects to name