A very short introductory essay, a diary entry, recipes and notes on what I've eaten.
I loved all of this so much!
I loved this so much. LeGuin is one of my favorite writers, and the Earthsea books are the books I have re-read more than any other, ever. I assume you have read this already, but in case not: https://www.ursulakleguin.com/blog/29-without-egg?rq=bread
Wunderbar. I loved this. The carrot + potato dish for dinner awakened a buried memory of a salad that an Australian graduate student I knew at university used to compose: grated carrot, grated cheddar, olive oil, mixed and stuffed into a pitta bread. Surprisingly good, but in those times, taramasalata coming to Tesco was a major event.
A beautiful piece. I am already looking forward to receiving the next instalment in my inbox! 😊
This was lovely. I now desperately want to visit that pub; where is it?
A comfort meal of a newsletter ❤️
Been thinking about meals for years (and even started a book on the subject). My take is more matter-of-fact, while yours captures the magic of the thing. Brava!
Such a great way to think about a meal...as a composition. Much like writing music, there should be ebbs and flows, crescendos and decrescendos. And a lovely recipe, too. Loved all of this.