As August draws to a close, September in view on the horizon, the gentle shift in wind and sunlight brings with it inspirations of fruit-laden desserts to elate in the plenty of nature during this in-between season. The heat of Summer sunshine injects sweetness in cascading nectars and soft, melting textures and the warmth of… Continue reading Cardamom-Infused Sweet Pear, Nectarine And Red Apple Crumble
First of all, I just want to say that I do not intend to embark on a verbal rampage about how the conception of knowledge and wisdom relating to age is a load of bollocks, however, I do completely intend to attempt to dispell the notion that being aged makes you more knowledgeable and 'wise',… Continue reading The Myth Of Age-Related Wisdom
https://youtu.be/nWkF-JaysDI "It was just a glimpse of you, like looking through a window, or a shallow sea- could you see me? ....when love is gone, where does it go, and where do we go?"
I don't really know where exactly to begin on this subject. The content is such that it is involving and encompassing and its details cannot be discussed without completely committing yourself to them and accepting the emotional nakedness that is required to understand them- all pretenses and façades must be checked at the door in… Continue reading Humanity Absolute: The Truth In Love Outside Of Conventional Love
Jeff, wood spice and the clean scents of sage and cardamom drifting through the room, feintness in the glow of sunlight that imitates Autumn, warmth in Henry Rollins and the humour of his spoken words. The air is calm, Tuesday afternoon.