I always look at the crossword puzzles from the night before to see if anyone commented on the night. I agree with all of Jude`s comments on the blog. I`ve been doing cryptic crossword puzzles for over thirty years, but I didn`t discover comics until a few weeks ago, when I was looking for something during closing. I found it very rewarding, fun and informative, and I wish I had known sooner. Very nice word from the cross on Monday. Simple and effective, as I would call it. I like crispy peanut butter, and in the garden, we have an ice cream of earth on the dessert menu. It`s delicious. Camping is a past. Although 80% of our tourists stay in one, they are now called Outdoor Hostelry with fully air-conditioned bungalows with equipped kitchen.
Almost no tents, caravans or campervans in sight. Thanks to Campbell and Falcon. A high quality crossword is a quality cross word and doesn`t need to lie down for fun. It`s a perfect example. We finished it quickly and enjoyed it a lot, but we weren`t very happy with our last two in, 3d and 8a. Favorite mentions 16a and 20a. Thanks to Falcon and Setter. My husband came back very nicely with the right copy of the crossword. I think he was probably worried that if he didn`t, he wouldn`t have lunch. I have to say it was easier than the other crossword puzzles. I liked the 20a, followed by the 13a that I absolutely love. Someone just sent me a beef recipe using it.
I guess it`s kind of a Satay style dish. Thanks to setter and Falcon. 13a Spread a brunette put out (6.6) PEANUT BUTTER — ananagram (out) of the middle three words of the clue 17d Warning posted in kitchen garden (2, 5) EN GARDE – a fencing bail hidden in the final two words of the clue This was quite a enjoyable puzzle but was over all too quickly (1/3.5). I wasn`t sharp on any of the synonyms used to produce the answer to 3d and asked me if someone born after 1970 would recognize the answer to 9d. However, I found 20a and 23a good clues and, while the anagrams were not abundant, there were some nice. Thanks to Falcon and the compiler. This excellent page has improved my joy in cryptic crossword puzzles and has greatly improved my ability to make them. I like to read the explanations, especially where I have the answer, but have not really understood why. I also appreciate the series of comments. I also learned a lot about British television, sports, geography and expressions, etc.
I have published this page for a few years, but never commented, as my newspaper (Canberra Times) published the Cryptic DT at least three weeks behind. Now he started publishing the cryptic crossword puzzles of 2015 and I think this might be a preludator for the printed version of the paper end, so I subscribed to a DT Puzzle subscription. I`ve already done the crossword puzzles of July 21 and I`m waiting for the blog to appear (time shift). Since I only do crossword puzzles on the night of his show in south-east Wales, I`m usually late for a comment. Puzzle designer and film critic Kameron Austin Collins likes to shake his clues. I am fine thank you. I realized you were referring to a conference light bulb, but the clue was different in the document. Weirdly, when I recorded this morning, there were just a few comments to show, so this may have been noticed earlier, I don`t like it either, but it`s a great lure for a mousetrap. (And I rather liked the clue!) “Not one” (or “not one”) is a strong way of saying “no” like “I couldn`t solve a single clue of my first pass through the puzzle.” 21d Fleshy soft mass (5) PLUMP – the musical direction for soft or silent followed by a small solid mass or swelling is pretty interesting. As a general rule, changes between print and online publishing include either correcting errors or “stupidity” the index.