Monthly Archives: September 2011

Hot Water Doesn’t Grow On Trees

An interesting fact, which makes food festivals up to 5% more entertaining, is that our local environmental health authority requires every outlet selling hot food, regardless of where or how they do so, to have two separate sinks and a … Continue reading

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Memorabilia and Autumnal Associations

The battle is over, but as the dust settles and the world continues to move onwards, we are not done with this. We survived our first event, scarred, happy and a little worse for wear, but the tale does not … Continue reading

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The Post-Festival Glow

I’ve had several stabs at writing this post, and so far all of them had ended with me flicking over to you tube. The first post after our first real event is something important and should be treated with a … Continue reading

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Pro Chicken

This post is about both live chickens and chicken to eat. I don’t want to spoil anyone’s lunch, so thought it best to mention in case this could cause upset. This weekend we will be serving only free range eggs … Continue reading

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Keeping up Appearances

Today, only 4 days away from the great Leamington Food festival, we have been engaged in cooking and creation. Not creation on the great-circle-of-life scale or creation for which we can take any credit, but it happened here, at Jabberwocky … Continue reading

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Green Credentials

When we first brought the van into our lives we spent many happy hours sifting through the remains of the business that had gone before us and rearranging our house to accommodate all of our new possessions. Mostly, our new … Continue reading

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