Monthly Archives: September 2013

When she thought of dying

When she thought of dying, which wasn’t very often because Meryl was a child almost completely distracted by life; she thought about Henry. Henry had been an old man many years before Meryl was even born, before she was even … Continue reading

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Harvey’s Dead

Harvey’s dead The Assassin        I knew that Harvey was out there somewhere, call it instinct, call it woman’s intuition but I definitely had a sense of his existence, sixth or otherwise. Even so, it took me nearly a year to … Continue reading

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The history of French cuisine Part one

The history of French cuisine Part one The Cassoulet Ask anyone to describe France in fewer than four words and I guarantee that one of those words will be food. French cuisine has earned its place at the head of … Continue reading

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