In which the writer talks about having the House Special Curry delivered to the door
In which questions, mostly real ones, are answered.
In which the writer thinks about autumn food, and preservation
In which the writer wanders around, and thinks about the movements of food.
In which the writer looks back on six weeks of Lent, and then on Lent six hundred years ago.
In which the writer times things carefully. Very carefully.
In which the writer goes on about Lenten food, and a few more books.
In which the writer talks, at length, about some of his collection of recipe and food books
In which the writer considers the cow, Lent, and the future.
In which the writer collects up links, responds to questions AND comments, and thinks about recipe books.
In which the writer examines conservative principles concerning food for the poor, swears a lot, and goes full anarchist.
In which the writer gathers up links, repairs a frying pan, recommends another newsletter, and talks about seasonal food.