Thoughts from June 2012

forgotten feast

Our friends at Forgotten Feast are getting back in the kitchen and serving up another banquet this month, giving you the chance to fill your belly with all sorts of wild and wonderful dishes that would have otherwise gone to waste. This time they're collaborating with the surplus food charity FoodCycle and setting up shop in the Fleet River Bakery, London. forgotten feastThe event will be running from Thursday 21st June - Saturday 23rd June with dinner served at 7.30pm each night. There'll also be a delicious Sunday lunch on offer on the 24th at 3pm. A three course dinner with a complimentary aperitif will set you back £35, but earlybird tickets are now on sale for just £30.

Proceeds from the event will go to FoodCycle to help the charity feed some of the 4 million people affected by food poverty in the UK, and to creating other Forgotten Feast events.

magic doors

Wouldn't it be nice if you were out walking one day and you spotted a magic door, and on the other side of that magic door was a whole world of possibility and wonder and sunny weather? door installations by nicole evans and pat farrell
Well, if you happen to be in Nova Scotia any time soon, you might just happen upon such a portal. Artists Nicole Evans and Pat Farrell have been making these door installations for the outdoor art trail Uncommon Common Art for the past few years, causing local dog walkers no end of confusion. door installations by nicole evans and pat farrell

door installations by nicole evans and pat farrell

You can see more of the doors here.

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