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Jenny Linford
Food writer, London food chronicler. The Missing Ingredient - an exploration of time and food (published by Penguin Books) On Insta too
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Jenny Linford 1h
Replying to @Nigella_Lawson
And to you. x
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Omnivore Books 14h
One thing authors can do to help bookstores is to tweet out links to their books on websites of a few independent bookshops. We will NOT be offended if you skip some but mention others. We bookshop owners are all pulling for each other now. It's not a competition.
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Jenny Linford 2h
Replying to @Nigella_Lawson
Looks delicious and I have most of the ingredients in my freezer, so thank you for the inspiration. Enjoy your recipe of the day - find it comforting.
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Jenny Linford 2h
Replying to @JoannaBlythman
Hear, hear, Joanna.
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Joanna Blythman 3h
Prominent commentators have seriously suggested that the UK doesn’t need its own agriculture +can live on faux meat etc Enough of that, it’s time to support and cherish the farmers who produce our meat, dairy and eggs. They are the people who will feed us.
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Francesca Armour-Chelu is on a deadline 2h
-this is one of my favourite drawings in Refugees.: Josef Rijavec-who had been living in camps for 12 years...many of the drawings have little biographies of people long lost in time.
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Selina Cairns Mar 27
What a week, business moved to 100% online bar 2 specialist shop orders. I can not emphasis enough how important every order has been to us so huge thanks to everyone who has ordered - please keep remembering us for any cheese needs over coming weeks
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Niamh Shields 16h
I know not everyone can leave right now, I have just finished self isolation myself. But if you can & you are going shopping, look at your local small shops. I went to a favourite Turkish shop which had everything you can imagine from fresh baked bread to pasta to cheese to beans
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Jenny Linford 12h
Replying to @eatlikeagirl
Yes, we have a local Turkish shop which has a great range of stock. So many good things to eat!
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Jake Tilson 16h
My webserver is struggling with downloads for my NHS poster - do email me and I'll email one contact@jaketilson.com
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Tom Clarke 23h
Are you home cooking & find shop shelves bare? FORGET PASTA! Buy sacks of potatoes direct from Farmers! Fish & Chip shops have shut all over the country & potato prices fell £100/t in 1 day. There's now a huge glut of these nutritious beauties in farm stores all over East Anglia
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Jenny Linford 13h
Hooray! Good news. Well done Congrats
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Jenny Linford 13h
Well done
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maxwell museums 16h
BREAKING NEWS 🚨 Professor Dame Mary Beard is CONFIRMED as the newest trustee to the 🙌 very excited to have join the BM family, helping to shape this great institution over the next 4 yrs the has the exclusive 👇
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Robert Macfarlane 15h
A last question from me for now (more 8pm UK time Mon 31st, re. Chap 2). Nan wrote her book during WWII. We are reading it in another world crisis, as we take shelter. How is this affecting the way you read it? What shadows & light is our current context casting upon the page?
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Jenny Linford 15h
Replying to @RobGMacfarlane
'Water so clear cannot be imagined, but must be seen.'
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Robert Macfarlane 16h
As we set off together on the path leading into , it might be companionable to give people who don't know the Cairngorms a sense of their topography, atmosphere, aura. If you do know these mountains, will you share photographs, maps, memories? Evoke them for us?
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Robert Macfarlane 16h
Greetings all & welcome to the Global Book Group, with Nan Shepherd's as our first read! Introductions first, as is traditional in a reading group. If you're happy to do so, pls say hi below & perhaps where/how in the world you are right now?
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Jenny Linford 16h
Replying to @RobGMacfarlane
Hello from lockdown London.
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Jenny Linford 21h
Such a remarkable woman.
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