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Tuesday 16 October 2018
by Wulf
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Tea in Town

An advantage of now working down in the centre of Oxford is that a wealth of wonderful cultural repositories and shopping emporiums are now within a lunchtime stroll. Today’s outing was to Cardews, a tea and coffee shop in the … Continue reading

Tuesday 10 May 2016
by Wulf
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Ground Elder

Ground Elder (Aegopodium podagraria) is not a widely loved garden plant. The RHS site linked to in the previous sentence describes it as a “fast-growing, invasive, perennial weed”, hardly glowing terms of endearment. Like other plants of that description, it … Continue reading

Saturday 12 April 2014
by Wulf
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What are my favourite beers like? They tend to have a full, almost chewy body with an underlying but not overpower sweetness, wreathed in what could be described as floral notes and followed up by a gentle, palette freshening hoppy … Continue reading

Tuesday 17 May 2011
by Wulf
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Mint and a Twist

Jane came up with an interesting twist on mint tea this morning by dropping in a sprig of parsley. The effect is subtle but adds a pleasing extra harmony to the ensemble. We have a glut of harvested parsley at … Continue reading