The Forest of Dean is at its best in the Autumn months, when the great oaks, once famed the country over for their strength and height, and used in shipbuilding, are burnished in the golden light of an Indian summer. The forest’s leaves encompass all shades from tawny yellow, to ruby-red and dark earthy brown. … Continue reading Season of Mists and Mellow Fruitfulness…A little taster of the project I’m currently working on…
Yesterday saw the launch of The Organic Trade Board's #feedyourhappycampaign. This EU backed initiative aims to encourage people to 'go organic', even if it's only a little bit!I have been a strong supporter of organic produce for many years and try, cost permitting, to use organic produce as much as possible. I think there are … Continue reading My Organic 60/40 #feedyourhappy
I am an Autumnophile (if there is such a word). I get terribly excited in about July and wait for that change in the air which denotes the beginning of the new season and having become extremely sensitive to this natural phenomenon I can state that Autumn does begin in August, usually when I'm in … Continue reading Is it Autumn yet?….
So, during the last couple of weeks we've seen many articles about the consumption of processed meat and its relationship to cancer. My father is currently winning in the battle against colon cancer, so over the past year I have read through an extremely long list of articles, books, blogs and posts regarding the … Continue reading Breaking the fast….