You can actually pay to go and stay in this house, as it's owned by the Landmark Trust. I haven't been to this particular Landmark, but it makes an excellent illustration for a luxury pudding/snack/treat/vitamin C upgrade.
You Will Need: Chopping board, knife, pineapple, Cointreau, bowl, cutlery (optional)
1) Cut the pineapple in half. Chop each end off. With the big end against the chopping board, shuck off the skin carefully, pushing the knife blade away from you.
2) Cut each skinless half in half lengthwise, and carve out the hard cores in Toblerone shapes.
3) Chop the remaining fruit as you would prefer to eat it. I am a pig so I did fat slices big enough to pick up with my bare hands.
4) Pile the pineapple into a bowl and slug a lot of Cointreau over it.
5) OM NOM NOM NOM
Omelette of Queens
You Will Need: Knife, fork, bowl, small frying pan, spatula, butter, 2 eggs, some cream, some sugar, plate
1) Melt a small chunk of butter in the frying pan and let it froth. Meanwhile, beat the eggs together with a generous slug of cream and a sprinkling of sugar with the fork in a bowl.
2) Add the egg mixture to the frying pan. Cook on a highish heat without touching it until the edges are beginning to cook. Scrape the bottom of the pan so that cooked areas ripple into view. Leave it to cook some more, until there is about 3mm of uncooked egg sloshing around on top.
3) CAREFULLY turn the omelette over and cook another 30 seconds.
4) Flop the creation onto a plate, and serve hot with more scrapings of butter.