Monthly Archives: December 2006

Back in January

This is where I’ll be if you need me.

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Friday Curry

Taken from Nigel Slater’s Real Fast Food. I added half a butternut squash to the recipe, which I’d cooked in the oven for 20 minutes and introduced to the curry near the end along with about 100g creme fraiche.

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Lewisham Round Up

Here are the posts that I caught this week that I found interesting in one way or another. Just to be clear, the views expressed are the authors’: Jens doesn’t like Mayors – “So just like the European Union is … Continue reading

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Compiled

Lisa has a really excellent post about the art of the compilation tape/CD. I’m currently struggling with a compilation that I want to do, but fear won’t happen before I go away at the end of the week. My problem … Continue reading

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Christmas in care

The New Statesman remind us that not all will be having an easy time at Christmas.  They’ve been talking to a young woman in care and those that look after her: “Christmas here can be very difficult. Sometimes they think … Continue reading

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Heathside and Lethbridge Christmas Do

My thanks to my friends from the Heathside and Lethbridge estate for inviting me to the meal this evening. Every time I think about it I’m impressed with how much work the residents involved with the regeneration have put in, … Continue reading

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Respect and Renewal

I’ve not had enough time to really read the new report from the JRF which looks at whether the ‘soft’ regeneration agenda that has been effective, but it looks interesting. There’s a focus on three areas, including Honor Oak in … Continue reading

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