Food for thought and other things

4 thoughts on “Food for thought and other things”

  1. Saw Dver’s post on her blog and have purchased a copy of the book, as well as linked to a few other folk interested to hear what you have to say so woot.

    I do agree with you and have made a similar point in my own practice; I store a lot of meat from now till November, and while I’m not totally un-reliant upon shops, I do shop as locally as I can, eating with the seasons – will be venison and pheasant season soon!

    I appreciate your work, and thanks for the book as well. About to start giving it a read.


  2. So glad you enjoyed the box of treasures! And really looking forward to starting Work with my knife. (Will answer your emails soon, have been offline during our little heat wave.)

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