Reading List (28/11)

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Guys, I missed my calling as a Dessert Anthropologist. Do you think it is too late to switch careers?

A write-up of an awesome community project in Sneinton.

Ideas for alcohol in desserts.

I’m still too liable to think that being thin is the same as being healthy‘. A professor on the complexities of health and being well. Some interesting ideas on the benefits of home-cooking too. Has anyone breached the whole “what should you do when your cooking skills start to make you fat because you make an excellent slow cooked pork belly” debate yet?

The ritual and significance (or not) of burial sites.

On farming. Young farmers in the US.

A book to add to your Christmas wish list.

Food as therapy.

A top cookbooks of 2017 list.

This past weekend I finished an incredibly disturbing Val McDermid. I think I have had enough crime fiction for a while after that, (apart from Poirot’s Christmas which I found in a second-hand bookshop and am saving for December reading) so if any one has any recommendations they would be gratefully received! I am thinking Christmas themed books…

Chocolate caramel cake. This looks like a good one for the festive season.

I hope you are all organised and have your Christmas gifts already. If not, gift guide here.

Massimo Bottura transforms leftovers.

American heirloom project. Sooooo cool!

I went to the Basquiat exhibition at the Barbican last week. If you can, go and see it. Just a fantastic collection of work and musings. I really loved the journals they exhibited, filled with random thoughts. It has inspired me to try and take up a pen more regularly again.

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Have a good week everyone! x

 

 

 

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