It is very expensive and I think wasteful to raise animals for food. I believe we should feed the world with the food we use to feed the animals thus saving a great deal of resources. I am not a vegetarian but I have meat or fish only once or twice a week. I go for quality over quantity.You really need to adjust your attitude to 'Vegetarian wankers'.Sorry to leave this anonymously but it isn't a personal comment - just a plea to you to think about my argument.Great recipe, by the wayBest wishes
Hi, I appreciate your comment but I think you need to read a little more of my blog to understand my sense of humour and to learn a little more about me... I live with a vegetarian and we always suffer the attitude i express in that post. It's not my opinion. It's difficult to read this in just one post.
Hi, I'm a vegetarian and I thought that part of the article was really funny - not expressing your own view, merely projecting how many people think because suddenly they have to accommodate something or someone different. Yes, it really rings true, and it certainly made me laugh. Definitely going to try your mushroom pudding too - so thanks for the recipe. Have only just found your website, by the way. Keep blogging, Dominic. Who is the vegetarian you live with? A Viking? Really???? Fantastic!
Sorry, The recipe referred to was the one for the mushroom and onion suet pudding.Thanks
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hi..looking for eggless recipes for muffins and cakes....tried a few but turned out very dense and heavy.....
I'm not a big fan of eggless cake recipes I'm afraid. In fact I think I only ever cooked one before. Sorry. I think Nigella has a few though.
Hi belleau kitchen, I just wanted to write and say that I really enjoy your blog - I am a fellow food writer and know the time and effort it takes! You are doing an amazing job. So keep going, I've just added yours to my favoured ones. Best wishes, Georgina (Fuggle Antics)
Thanks Georgina. Lovely to 'meet' you. I shall check out your blog too. Happy blogging!
Hello,I just subscribed to your blog but have been following your facebook page for some time. I made your Rhubarb Spelt cake last summer and it was delicious! I am American but have friends in Lincolnshire, and recently found out that my ancestors who emigrated to the US came from Lincolnshire (very near Louth). I think that's why I love your beautiful countryside so much and feel so at home there when I visit! Looking forward to reading your blog and trying more of your recipes:)Lauri
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Hi Dom,this is your personal father christmas from the 70s and 80s.I have to admit that working out how to use the helicopter thing was beyond me.My answer was "biro" - it was as technical as it got in the 40s.Ho Ho Ho.
Dominic ~ I have just come across your blog for the first time this weekend. I am looking at food blogs as I figure out for myself how I want to re-enter the blogosphere. (My defunct blog: http://www.winterskieskitchenaglow.blogspot.co.nz/) Your blog is inspirational and beautifully presented. I intend to visit often!
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