They called it Formula 47 in the US, after the total cost in cents of a burger, fries and milk shake in 1960. Formula 47 was a blend of rendered beef fat and vegetable oil, which, when used to fry shoestring slices of Russet Burbank potatoes, imparted a flavour so rich and ap...
They called it Formula 47 in the US, after the total cost in cents of a burger, fries and milk shake in 1960. Formula 47 was a blend of rendered beef fat and vegetable oil, which, when used to fry shoestring slices of Russet Burbank potatoes, imparted a flavour so rich and appeti...
Rottingdean Windmill Marathon, Sussex: Sunday, July 14WHY RUN IT?Challenge, sceneryA tough trail marathon run over a rolling South Downs route. There are also 15-mile and eight-mile options. It is primarily advertised as a walk, but runners
office window.I applied the same techniques to my clients. They left the agency in droves.My career took off immediately. I was appointed chairman of the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising and presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award
ringers playing 'Chariots of Fire'.The crowds were magnificent all the way round, I carried a large inflatable wooden spoon advertising the charity and intended to chuck it away at the Cutty Sark, it became such an identifier, and so many thousands
of the Norwegian wilderness. Or why on earth he's holding a duster in this photo...Neil Tillot One of the many running stars of our advertisement department, Neil plans to be rock-steady on race day. Even if the latest issue of Runner's World cruelly highlights him
days away in a twilight home somewhere, while Logger serves five consecutive life sentences for genocide. Meanwhile, Im the creative director of a West End advertising agency, with an infinitely elastic credit card and an air-conditioned motor car
Rings.If times get tough, he could hire out his chin to advertising agencies as a billboard. His biceps are so big, his tattoos are in wide-screen. Truth be told, he hasn’t personally trained me yet. I had to cancel our first appointment because
was be RW Advertising Sales Executive Neil’s first marathon as a pacer, but judging by how much he enjoyed it, it won’t be his last! He has a PB of 3:26, and he's leading one of our 9-minute/mile groups.Steven Seaton RW Editor Steven Seaton has specialised
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