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Monthly Archives: January 2012
I became a vegetarian at the ripe old age of eight. Or should I say I became an ethical vegetarian then because, though my mother was very understanding, trying to provide a meat and meatless meal each night for her … Continue reading
One small bunch of lemon balm from the garden, a mug, boiling water. Lemon…yes, but also a slight sense of heat like in ginger.
Hello everyone, As I’ve said previously, we’ve moved house and my garden has become a much smaller affair that is mostly contained in pots. But we’re doing pretty well out of those pots. Lots and lots of herbs… Daily pickings … Continue reading
I’m currently reading The Real Food Companion (at Fishpond and Amazon). Yeah, it’s a recipe book, yep I’m reading it cover to cover. It’s not just that I’m that sort of person who likes to read recipe books for relaxation, I do, but it’s also (trust me) … Continue reading