Monthly Archives: October 2010

A wise friend on the inspiration of cookbooks

A wise and kind friend said to me yesterday: “The point of recipe books is to inspire you about food, to inspire you to get into the kitchen and make something. Once you are there, it’s quite permissible to make … Continue reading

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What Kolya said…

“Mama, you are my heart.”

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Tierhoek Cottages, Robertson

Our little cottage The main house, aka “The Rowdy House”. Cooling off after a walk around the organic farm. Outside our house there were three donkeys and some sheep and some little field mice and loads of gorgeous birds. It … Continue reading

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Beefed up, free-range…

Ethical omnivorism is a tough call. I mean, my vegetarian years (all 15 of them) called for a kind of well-formulated ethical and political stance when it came to food. I thought vegetarians were people that thought carefully about what … Continue reading

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Making puppets in the garden

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