Daily Archives: September 6, 2013

Do maple leaves come any bigger?

Last year I picked up some leaves around the back of the Tate Britain gallery in London.  A few weeks ago I saw them on top of a kitchen cupboard where they had sat for months.  A Google search led me … Continue reading

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Another home-grown meal

How could a person not be happy to show off this fine dinner? Out own potatoes, dug that day from the front garden, roasted and served with runner beans picked from the same front garden.  Both to accompany a dish … Continue reading

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Downland Walk with Jerry and Tony

With a change to autumnal weather predicted for the end of the week I was quick to accept Jerry’s offer of joining him and Tony to walk from Falmer, over the Downs to Lewes.  Jerry led on a route he … Continue reading

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Beers in Cornwall. Beers from Devon.

Whilst in Cornwall in August I drank Tribute and Proper Job from St Austell brewery and of course Doom Bar from Sharps – but you don’t have to leave Brighton to drink that one.  Also found the rather rarer Spingo … Continue reading

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