Furrow: What Grace did next.

In the bleak driving rain of a dark November day me and a friend went for lunch at a bright, warm and welcoming new place on Allerton Road. A café called Furrow. For the past 18 months Baltic Bakehouse have been running a pop-up shop at a couple of places on Allerton Road, mostly staffed […]

Real Bread Matters

Yes, this is a post about bread and why it matters. But first a bit of background about bread and me. You’d kind of expect that wouldn’t you, being my blog and all? Come late summertime four years ago I was almost completely knackered. Three years of being Sarah’s principal carer as we both worried […]

In the neighbourhood: Books and bread

Off in a different direction to a different library than my usual ones, for a book I particularly want. I’ve just finished reading ‘May we be forgiven’ by American novelist A.M. Homes. After an uncertain start where I mainly stuck with the book on the advice of Jeanette Winterson who’d said: “This is the great […]