I bought the book associated with the blog last year. I love Sally Butcher's style, her love of food and where it comes from and how she adapts it. I've often looked at Middle Eastern dishes and wondered how to take the meat out, well she does it and tells the story abougt the results.
Not that I can go to this as I am away. I think it is a great but incredibly sad idea. The recession continues to hit, the government cuts back and people still need to eat. Cheers to Mighty Mighty for supporting Downtown Community Mission.
When my parents were young and poor, they made gorse flower wine, now we all can. Gorse was brought to Aotearoa/New Zealand by the English and is now a weed, so perhaps we should head to the hills, pick some gorse and drink.
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