In 1851, Lady Maria Clutterbuck published What Shall We Have For Dinner? Satisfactorily Answered By Numerous Bills of Fare for from Two to Eighteen Persons. Continue reading Anyone for Bubble and Squeak?
Three decades ago, astronomer Carl Sagan was already warning about climate change. Continue reading A tiny and fragile world
A beauty inexhaustible in its complexity. Continue reading Landscapes in Literature (X)
Russian woodlands. Continue reading Landscapes in Literature (IX)
An idyllic Mediterranean island. Continue reading Landscapes in Literature (VIII)
A river in Warwickshire. Continue reading Landscapes in Literature (VII)
“From the sky huge hailstones, each weighing about a hundred pounds fell on people. And they cursed God on account of the plague of hail, because the plague was so terrible.” Book of Revelation 16:21 (New International Version). Continue reading Hail hath no fury like a planet scorned