And so to the last, and most problematic of my 3’I’s of anthro-complexity, namely intention; problematic as it is one of the most esoteric of discussions in modern philosophy. `As already indicated I think that post-cartesian models of consciousness act as one major simplification of that discussion, in that they undermine many of the basic […]
For those who have asked for the Christmas cooking blog there is no real point. I have very conservative children, so we repeated last years menu, which was a repeat of 2009 (blogged in detail), which was a repeat of 2008 and so on. They are both at University now so they return home in […]
The final cooking blog for Xmas, back to less serious stuff tomorrow! My promised recipe for the best recipe I have found for cold turkey. Its takes a bit of effort and it involves sauces sensitive to any failure to attend to them continuously. I doubled all these quantities today as I had a lot […]
My daughter decided to invite a set of university friends home for a few days in the country. They are all Londoners so in contrast daughter appears positively rural, although its only in contrast. Her natural habitat is the nightclub, bar or restaurant rather than a dawn walk over the downs. The net effect of […]
Yesterday I outlined the preparation of red cabbage for Christmas Day, now I want to move on to the rest of the meal. Firstly to the turkey, in our case a 22lb Norfolk Bronze. The stuffing is key here and I normally do two. The first is sausage meat in the crop and I always […]
After a near death experience this morning (rain falling on frozen ground creating sheet ice throughout village) I am planning to stay indoors for the next 48 hours until life and limb are safe once more. One foot on the step leading up to the drive at 0700 this morning saw me spread eagled on […]
Memory of Christmas excess having faded its time to use up the left-over turkey (I hate to freeze it). One of the best ways is Turkey Tetrazzini which will go into production later on this afternoon; the aim being to eat in front of the BBC’s new and apparently more authentic production of The Thirty […]
Part recovered from flu and at home for a few weeks I was able to recommence, after a too long absence, one of my main hobbies, namely cooking. Saturday I decamped to Sumbler Borthers in London Road Marlborough. John Sumbler is one of those old fashioned butchers who knows all his customers by name, uses […]
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