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Happy Welsh Rarebit Day!

Greetings again!

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.

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Image promoting Welsh Rarebit Day from Collier’s Powerful Welsh Cheddar.

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Wolfy in Llandudno, about to go back home to cook some Welsh rarebit to celebrate this day.

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Wolfy and sheep in Snowdonia.

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Our Winter Videos

These are the last videos of 2013. We uploaded a clip of Wolfy Hood dancing to Jingle Bells at Liverpool’s Christmas Market. Go on, watch him dance with gusto!

 

We also wished everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We actually did so in English, Spanish, French, Welsh and German!

Now, give it a go!

English: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Spanish: ¡Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo!
French: Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année!
Welsh: Nadolig Llawen A Blwyddyn Newydd Dda!
German: Frôhliche Weihnachten und ein Glückliches Neues Jahr!

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Wolfy’s Full Moon Thoughts – Lunar Eclipse

How are you doing girls and boys?

I am deeply sorry for not writing an entry about September’s fantastic Full Moon, also known as “Harvest Moon”. I have no excuse, perhaps I was too happy staring at it, howling and thinking about its fantastic shine that I forgot to write my Full Moon blog entry.

Well, this October 18 we had an amazing Lunar Eclipse. Did you get to see it? If you did, allow me congratulate you. How lucky you are! This was the last Lunar Eclipse of the year. By the way, do you want to know what we Moon-savvy wolves call October’s Full Moon?: “Hunter’s Moon” but let’s not go hunting. Let’s just look at the amazing night sky!

Now, to celebrate this fantastic event I decided to upload on Youtube one of my howling videos. This time, it’s in Welsh. You might just learn a new thing or two in this language:

Mae’n leuad llawn: It is full moon

And

Diolch yn fawr iawn: Thank you very much.

Enjoy my videos and see you soon when the Moon is beautiful and round!

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Wolfy’s Full Moon Thoughts: Lucky Moon!

Hello,

It’s Full Moon time again. This is really exciting for a wolf like me, even more so because it is on Monday. I know, Mondays are usually not that fun but this one is. In old folk tales it is believed that a full moon on Monday is lucky. It could be a silly superstition but, in any case, I am going to make a wish and howl my best for it to come true!

The next full moon is on the 21st of August. If you want to keep track of the moon like me, or any self-respecting wolf for that matter, visit the Full Moon Calendar website: http://www.fullmoon.info/en/fullmoon-calendar.html.

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