Posts Tagged ‘cabbage’

For the past four mounts, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall has been vegetarian. Good on him. I often think that I could be vegetarian too – well, until someone puts a steak in front of me…or a pork pie, a roast chicken, a Cornish pasty…you get the point. I was in fact vegetarian when I was about ten [...]

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If, like me, you were near Bethnal Green tube around 6pm last night waiting for the Indian Summer to begin…then you may, like me, have been drenched by the Indian monsoon instead. Round the point that the rain was bouncing off the road, I was drenched and stranded in Tesco’s with all thoughts of sheeshy [...]

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Just a quick post to eulogize the wonders of discount-aisle shopping. On Sundays, the local Tesco’s shuts at 4:30. This poses a problem, because at 4:30 I’ve usually only just finished lunch, and can’t start thinking about supper. But then if I wait for too, long the Tesco’s closes, and then there isn’t any supper [...]

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