Monthly Archives: July 2014

Boat cuisine: glorious summer

How delightful to cook in the summer with all those delicious fresh ingredients! A single ripe tomato bursting with Mediterranean flavour, discovered with a fur of mould at the bottom of the fruit bowl … soft fruits off of the vine,

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Setting off from Hebden Bridge

Left Hebden Bridge this morning after a delightful two weeks of arts festival, Morris dancing, Tour de France, street choirs, pork pies and fine weather. Next stop Todmorden.

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Le Tour de Yorkshire

Here we are in Calderdale, West Yorkshire.  The River Calder winds its way down excitedly from the Pennine uplands; the rather more stately and sensible Rochdale Canal glides alongside.   As lazy Yorkshire stereotype would suggest, there are indeed mills, and some quite

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