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Rachel Roddy’s recipe for piadina flatbread 🔗 — Excerpt: No 17 on my plan of things to do when things change: take the 7.25am train from Roma Termini to Ravenna, walk out of the station in search of the first place that will serve me a piadina romagnola, then eat the warm fold as I walk...

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Currently reading: We Are the Weather: Saving the Planet Begins at Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer 📚

Easy as 1,2,3: chefs on the 50 most simple, delicious three-ingredient recipes 🔗 — Excerpt: Most easy recipes are not easy. Achieving simplicity is never actually that simple, but in the kitchen it is usually also contingent on a well-trained hand and a very well-stocked pantry. This ma...

My daughter’s 19th lockdown birthday celebration this morning. 🎉

Radical Wordsworth by Jonathan Bate review – fleet-footed and inspiriting 🔗 — Excerpt: In 1798, William Wordsworth arrived from Bristol at the cottage of his friend, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, in Nether Stowey in Somerset.

Regressing back to medieval times today and drinking mead with hops from Wye Valley Meadery.

Radiohead’s Ed O’Brien: ‘Humanity has only really learned from disaster’ 🔗 — Excerpt: Ed O’Brien believed Radiohead’s turbulent years were behind him. It was 2001 and the guitarist and “band mum” had tamed egos, anchored stressful tours and clung tight as his bandmates swerved into elec...

Chard dressed with lemon and Parmesan 🔗 — Excerpt: Method Prep time: 15 min Cooking time: 10 min The leaves and stalks generally need to be cooked separately, so to prepare, wash the chard thoroughly and strip the leaves away from the stalks. Slice the stalks into ½ cm long pieces.

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Nice big update to lots of little things in Mastonaut for Mac, a good Mastodon client:

William Wordsworth was born on 7th April 1770. 250 years ago.

William Wordsworth was born on 7th April 1770. 250 years ago.

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