Tinsletown Studio

Wednesday, 5th of October, 2005 @ 3:59am

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Tinseltown studio is a unique form of dinner-theatre, simulating a night at a glitzy Hollywood awards show, in which you are the star!

At Tinseltown you’ll be the center of attention as you make your grand entrance up the red carpet to enter this faux awards show. Searchlights scan the skies overhead. You’ll be swarmed by paparazzi flashing your picture, reporters asking you questions about your next movie, and mobs of crazed fans swooning at the sight of your “famous” face.

Inside, you’ll be part of the scene. After schmoozing in the bar with your fellow actors, you’ll be seated at a table with white linen. Even the waiters may want your autograph as the 2 1/2 hour “awards show” begins, complete with Hollywood tunes and dancing.

You’re part of the show here. And so are the waiters and reporters, who break into song & dance. You’ll even get to watch the arrival scene on videotape as covered by “Entertainment Access.”

An extra-lucky few will be selected as “nominees,” and given the chance to appear on stage in computer-generated movie clips. The winner receives the treasured “Oggie” statuette, and gets a chance to deliver an acceptance speech on stage.

The show costs $44.50 per person including three-course meal.’


Onkar Singh Kular

Loaf Me Tender & Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich

Monday, 3rd of October, 2005 @ 2:00pm

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Sliced bread tribute to Elvis

“ELVIS Presley fans are about to get all shook up over news that The King has risen.
For bakers Kingsmill is creating bread shaped in the singer’s image to celebrate his 70th birthday. Thousands of limited edition white loaves with each slice a side profile of his famous quiff, aquiline nose and jaw will be on the shelves soon.”

Story from http://www.mirror.co.uk
Elvis’s favourite sandwich:
Fried Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich

3 tablespoons peanut butter
2 slices of white bread
1 banana, mashed
2 tablespoons butter, melted

Makes 1 sandwich.

Mix soft peanut butter and mashed banana together. Toast bread lightly. Spread peanut butter and mashed banana on toast. Fry the sandwich in melted butter until each side is golden brown.

Recipe from

Onkar Singh Kular