Greetings girls and boys… and viceversa.
This is Clovis writing from the bat-infested bell tower, having my lovely cup of tea as usual. March is very special for us because nearly at the end of the month spring arrives to bring us some joy and flowers. Well, not really. I cannot decide whether I am allergic or simply very afraid of flowers.
Spring is brilliant only because I can leave my winter cape and coats at the dry cleaner’s and wear my fantastic velvet spring cape. Now that I think of it, it looks just like my winter one. No matter, I am always deliriously handsome.
We shall open March with another video from our Welsh collection. Given that the first day of the month is Saint David’s day, this is quite fitting. Learn how to say a few bits and bobs in Welsh with us.
We hope you enjoy the vid, dear readers.
We almost forgot that today is National Welsh Rarebit Day, celebrating one of Wolfy’s favourite dishes! Now, if you do not know what Welsh Rarebit is, we must tell you first and foremost that it is not Welsh rabbit, even if it sounds a bit like that so no pretty bunny rabbits would be harmed in the process. As a matter of fact, Welsh rarebit does not contain meat, it is simply a type of cheese on toast that is truly scrumptious. Wolfy recommends it, along with a nice cuppa!
Would you like to know how to cook it? Well, Wolfy is a bit of a selfish little wolf when it comes to rarebit and he NEVER reveals his secret recipe. However, do not worry, as Visit Wales offers a most wonderful recipe for everyone to see. Click here for details and do not forget to ask a responsible adult, like Mum or Dad, for help when you cook! Happy Welsh rarebit eating!
Would you still like to know more? Collier’s Powerful Welsh Cheddar have been promoting Welsh Rarebit Day on their Facebook Page.
Image promoting Welsh Rarebit Day from Collier’s Powerful Welsh Cheddar.
Wolfy in Llandudno, about to go back home to cook some Welsh rarebit to celebrate this day.
Wolfy and sheep in Snowdonia.