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Everything you’ve always wanted to know about pineapples
Not only are pineapples delicious and absolutely suitable as a pizza topping, they’re also a rather fascinating little spiky fruit.
Things you probably didn’t know about moths and butterflies
Spring has finally sprung, and what clearer sign of this can there be than the sight of butterflies drifting around the garden, gathering nectar? Well, I guess bees making a comeback (which I’m sure I’ll cover in the near future) and daffodils emerging.
Spouting Horn: The hole with a giant lizard trapped in it
OK, so the chances a giant lizard a) exists and b) got trapped in this hole are pretty remote. But it’s a nice story, so shush.
Pizza around the world
Pizza was invented in Italy, popularised in America, and Norwegians now eat more of it than anyone else. Since its origins in Naples, the food has become a global favourite with each region coming up with toppings to suit their particular taste. The standard pizza, for those who don’t know, is round and flat with cheese and tomato baked on top of a bread base (at least, the base is usually bread – vegetarians should avoid Googling “porco pizza”).