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Just two years after Prince Albert introduced the Christmas tree to Britain and the country was swept by a newly sparked wave of interest in Christmas traditions, Dickens wrote his novel about the cold as ice Ebenezer Scrooge. The old Scrooge is visited by ghosts after his business partner, “dead as a doornail” Marley, warns him to change his ways.
As it is this time of year again, believe it or not, we decided to read this classic in a beautifully illustrated version by PJ Lynch. Everybody will contribute to this months session with a small delicacy typical of their country of origin and hell, am I looking forward to this proper Austrian Strudel-dough! This time it isn’t wine, but egg-nog … cheers!

Tuesday, 13th December 2011
8.00pm to 11.00pm  at England, England

When I look into the soup pan today it is of a colour that sums up this glorious autumn: golden and creamy pumpkin & carrot soup with homemade croûtons. If you don’t hurry, I will have eaten it all by myself!

This weeks soup from the new Jamie Oliver cookbook: “Mighty Mulligatawny” – thankfully I have a dear Irish regular, with whom I practised the pronounciation today!

“…it is my job to tell you the true story of what never happened. Perhaps that’s a definition of fiction.” This book is full of sentences like that. I like it a lot. It’s about a history of the 20th century without the name of Hitler (as his father conveniently was made infertile by drinking from a well). Weird and brilliant this one. Looking forward to re-reading it and inviting you to join the not-closed circle on 8th November!

Tuesday, 8th November 2011
8.00pm to 11.00pm  at England, England

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