Arts and culture
1 – Beef vs veggie –
There are many types of different burgers in Sheffield. Most of them are either beef or veggie.
I took a friend to the British Oak in Mosborough to try out their beefburger and veggie burger. The beef was layered with brisket caramelized onion is and Stilton topping, whilst the Veggie option was a feta red onion and spinach patty with cheese.
Both burgers looked incredible, juicy, moist and a pleasure on the eyes.
Miya (17) a journalism student from Hillsborough college went for the veggie burger, whilst I even got the beef.
The beef was tender and succulent everything you want in a burger! It was well presented and a great portion just enough to fill you up but not to much that you can’t move for a week after you’ve finished.
Miya said “I was very optimistic to try the veggie burger at first as I am a big meat eater. However, to my surprise I thought that the veggie burger was even more filling than most other burgers iv tried. It didn’t look as appealing as other burgers, but it tasted great!”
Over all we love trying just two of the burgers Sheffield has to offer and are looking forward to trying more .
1 – Are dogs really mans best friend –
To put it simply, dogs are amazing. Whether they’re begging for your food, barking at their lead to convince you to take them on a walk, or simply greeting you when you get home with kiss and a cuddle, dogs do all of the little things that put smiles on faces around the home.
One of the main reasons dogs are how they are is there incredible long term memory. They won’t forget the connection they share with you and, if you are good to them, you will leave a lasting impact on them that they’ll never shake off.
Another reason is that they will protect you no matter what. If you are under threat they will always choose you over a stranger.
Horrifying Halloween makeup –
Halloween seems to be always just round the corner and some people all over the world are obsessed with scaring the living daylight out of people. People just love feeling scared all year round, there’s always a new horror on the TV or at the cinema that will make you jump out of your skin.
To scare someone you have to look the part and people train for years to be great at special effects and making people look terrifying.
Miya Biggin (17) a journalism student from Hillsborough College took her amazing skill to make me look incredibly scary, watch the short video to find out when she realized she had this skill.