Great news! The Jon Pertwee Recipe Book has been mentioned on Wikipedia's Jon Pertwee page. Unfortunately some overzealous half-brains may delete it (this being the negative side of allowing anyone to edit their site), so here's a screen cap:
I bought Human Nature. So I tweeted about it, including a reference to the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book. Both Paul Cornell (writer of official Doctor Who episodes broadcast on the tele), and Doctor Who BBC Books (the Beeb division overseeing Doctor Who Books) retweeted it. Why would they retweet it if the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book isn't canon? The only logical answer is that the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book must be canon.
Furthermore, Doctor Who BBC Books (the officials who decide whether or not its canon) declared the the Jon Pertwee Recipe Book and Human Nature was a "classic #DoctorWho pairing". There you have it folks! The Jon Pertwee Recipe Book is classic Doctor Who. I have recorded this event in The Official Word
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Slightly late with this update. Went to the cricket on Saturday. New Zealand (good guys) V Australia (bad guys). It was part of the Cricket World Cup. The atmosphere was awesome!!!!!!! 40,000 or near that number crammed into Eden Park to watch this match. It helped that New Zealand got most of the Australians out early. That added to the excitement and jubilation and everybody (except maybe the Aussies) were having a superb time. Things started well in the New Zealand innings, but then some quick wickets fell. New Zealand recovered, but with victory in sight we lost more wickets. We only had one more wicket left (that means if a batsman gets out then its all over) and six more runs to get. Fortunately Kane Williamson hit a six and won the game for New Zealand
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