Since we still couldn’t find anything fresh locally, I kept exercising my newly developed skills at queueing online and I eventually arranged a delivery of fresh stuff for this Monday in one of the services that doesn’t block me from buying “more than 6 items” from the fruit and vegs section (even if that’s mostly what I eat??).Continue reading “Self-isolation week 2: past existential dread, and into acceptance”
I’m writing this I suppose for two reasons:
- to be able to put down in words the despair I’m feeling at the vastly incompetent cretins in “charge”
- to laugh at it in a few years when this whole fucking mess is over and we’re all like WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT!?
One: the not-so-secret coffee conglomerate
I was on the bus to work the other morning, enjoying the unparalleled top deck views, when I noticed something intriguing on a building. It was a sign that read “Coffeesmiths collective”, but the place did not look like a coffee shop, neither like a coffee craftworkshop or school. It looked more like… a co-working space! Very intriguing!Continue reading “Two coffee discoveries (and a plea for you to drink good coffee)”
I attended this event last Friday at the fabulous Hedonism Wines in Mayfair.Continue reading “Jancis Robinson’s “World Atlas of Wine” book launch at Hedonism Wines”
I attended a fabulous bread making class last Sunday, with none other than Dan Lepard.Continue reading “Sourdough masterclass with Dan Lepard at Little Portland Street Cookery School”