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Monthly Archives: September 2007
Time is slipping by without my being able to keep up. I’ll finish off Oxford when I can, but meanwhile here is what happened last week. Monday night was a long awaited magazine launch reading at Foyle’s: Seam is an … Continue reading
(**This post was lurking in my unposted half-finished back-(b)log and pertains to two previous posts from September 2007: apologies if it reaches and confuses current subscribers!) We went round the mulberry tree on Sunday. I don’t believe I’d ever eaten … Continue reading
Moving on from the already full morning, on Saturday afternoon I went to a talk by Rachel Laudan, on how food makes us moral agents – more or less virtuous. She presented two trays of foods representing opposing value systems: … Continue reading
On Saturday morning I hopped a bus to Oxford at the unearthly hour of 7am on my way to the Oxford Symposium on Food and Drink, whose theme this year was food and morality. It was a gorgeous morning and … Continue reading