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that’s the whole point….
Aside from forgetting the names of people, things, places and events during conversations, which failing I have decided is probably a good thing, my memory is as good as the gear box in a rarely used classic car; hard to … Continue reading
Posted in 2018, asparagus, Boiled eggs, Cooking, Digital photography, Drinks, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Hard boiled eggs, Humour, Memory, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, Sancerre, Seasons, Uncategorized, Wine, Writing Tagged Asparagus, cars, food, Humour, Memory, Photography, Wine, woody Allen 30 Comments
It is said that a bad workman will blame his tools for bad workmanship. Not being a workman in any sense of the word, yet today finding myself at hard labour, I was more catholic in my apportioning of blame and included … Continue reading
Posted in 2015, Art photography, Cheese, Cooking, Cuisine bourgeoise, Digital photography, fireplace, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Garden, Humour, Olive oil, Photographic Prints, Photography, photography course, Toast, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged basal ganglia, Cantal, cheese toastie, clear thinking, digital photography, food, Food photographer, food photographers, France, hard labour, Humour, manual labour, Navajo, outdoors, Photography, Photography course, recipe, Thomas Edison, Welsh Rarebit, woody Allen, writing 57 Comments
Eight bells and all’s well….not totally accurate on the bell count, but OK otherwise….
Another year has been added to the time that I have spent breathing the air of this world. I have reached a biblical point in the scribe’s view of our allotted time and so I am metaphorically putting fingers in … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, Boiled eggs, Breakfast, Chicken, Chicken, Cooking, Cutlery, Digital photography, Eggs, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Humour, Photography, photography course, Poultry, Sunday, Sunday breakfast, Sunday lunch, Uncategorized, Writing Tagged a leg and an arm, Birthdays, Bras, Breakfast, clear thinking, cooking, delicious confection, Diane Keaton, digital photography, Emmaus, Emmaus. Emmaus, food, Food photographer, France, Humour, Junk shops, Photography course, Portia, Pound of flesh, Shylock, Uma Thurman, woody Allen, writing 76 Comments
It’d take more than an apple to tempt Adam…
Given the choice of watching paint dry or onions browning, I’d opt to sit on a terrace overlooking clear blue sea with a chilled glass of something delicious . I take this choice whenever I’m engaged in important, but time … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Baking, buffalo mozzarella, Cheese, Cookery Writers, desserts, Digital photography, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, Fruit, Humour, Kitchens, Mary Cadogan, mash, Maxine Clark, Memory, Nuts, onions, peaches, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, Pie, Pine Nuts, Recipes, Sex, strawberries, tart, Uncategorized, Vegetables, Wine, wine, Writing Tagged Adam and Eve, baking, beast with two backs, Clear blue sea, clear thinking, cookery books, cooking, delicious confection, digital photography, food, Food photographer, home economist, Humour, Laocoon, Mary Cadogan, Maxine Clark, Photography, Recipes, Sex manual, Southwark Bridge Road, Studios, synapses, Toreadors, woody Allen, writing 49 Comments
Who called the cook a c…t?.. Who called the c…t a cook?…..
Apparently mackerel skies can herald an approaching depression in the same way that the look in my wife’s eyes heralds her approaching depression at the sight of a bag of charcoal in my hand. With our fridge packed with mackerel, … Continue reading
Posted in 2013, Art photography, BBQ, Chicken, Cookery Writers, Cooking, Coriander, Digital photography, Emotion, Excellence, Excess, Expectation, Fish, Flat parsley, food, Food and Photography, Food photographer, France, Fresh peas, Garden, Health, Herbs and Spices, Humour, Kitchens, Luck, mackerel, Mint, offal, Photography, photography course, Photography holiday, Poultry, Prosciutto, Recipes, seafood, Shopping, Spiced mackerel, summer, Tom Parker Bowles, Uncategorized, Vegetables, Weather, Writing Tagged approaching depression, barbecue, blazing June, cave drawings, charcoal, chickens entrails, clear thinking, cooking, daytime television, digital photography, fish cookery, food, Food photographer, hubris, Humour, La Croisette, mackerel, mackerel sky, outdoors, Photography, Photography course, portents, Recipes, Rolex, stair rods, Tom Parker Bowles, weather forecasting, woody Allen, writing 30 Comments