When I lived in Scotland, kale was the dark, green leafy vegetable that you bought when there wasn’t much else. It was tough, a bit bitter, and you kind of felt you were eating it because it was good for you (it is full of vitamin C) rather than for enjoyment.
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It’s time once again for a round up of this week’s small pleasures, and once again, food features. The week … More
It’s Saturday, it’s summer and the sun is shining. After last year’s awful summer, we have been blessed this year with lots of warm and sunny days. These haven’t stopped me from trawling the internet for interesting things. Here are six for you to try out too.