Reading List (17/1)

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How much should you share on your food blog? Personally, I am much more interested in food blogs that are about people’s lives, rather than just recipes with great photos (although I obviously love those too, and use them a lot). Perhaps this is because I am fascinated by our lives, how we live well, and how we tell the stories of our experiences?

Write in spite of everything.

Fossil nightshades. How ridiculously, totally cool is that?

A nostalgic but lovely description of Oxford.

I read this and wanted to book tickets to Prague immediately.

It may not be the best idea to eat Nutella.

On libraries. Anyone want to start a book to art club with me? Also, this kid.

The best breakfast spots around the UK.

Some words on Italy, and a recipe for pasta.

Jay Rayner on the things that drive him crazy in the food world.

Buying from indie shops.

Gender stereotypes.

Cooking to accompany Netflix’s new A Series of Unfortunate Events.

Adding this to my list of things I want to do this year.

This is a great idea: library boxes filled with food and essential household items.

On British Indian food, restaurants and immigration.

Dan Barber is coming to London.

 

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