Monthly Archives: July 2010
Guardian, 28 July 2010 A line of police officers is facing protesters at the gate to the community garden. In the road behind the police, a giant mechanical grabber and a smaller orange digger waits. The mood is unhappy, tense, … Continue reading
You need red onion, brown rice, can tomatoes, bovril, worcester sauce, cheese, butter, oil, parsley, salt. The stuff in your cupboards. Soften chopped red onion (or any old onion) in sunflower oil and butter, then add brown rice, tin of … Continue reading
People keep trying to make suppertimes easier – supermarkets want to deliver food to me, various companies want to pre-cook it for me, others want to help me lose weight with it. And now Spoonfed Suppers has joined the crowd with a website that offers to do all my meal-planning too. Continue reading
Went to see John Grant at the Komedia tonight. Wonderful, melancholy, crazy man talking about all the things we all feel. Was delicious.
The Guardian, 1 July 2010 I got to drive the new electric smart car around; hmmm…