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A blog about books, art, culture, film, travel, parenting, gardening,domesticity, Oxford,England and country life in Garsington, a pretty village, just outside Oxford. I also blog on business, entrepreneurship, money and life- management.

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  • Aerial view of Hurst Spit and Sturt pond
    on Feb 21, 2012
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  • Fr. Theo Mathias, S.J., 1919-2005
    on Jan 26, 2012
    Obituary for Fr. Theo Mathias, S.J., 1919-2005Here is Fr. Theo's obituary from JIVAN: News and Views of Jesuits in India.  I have cut into 3 columns for readability.  The full page is scanned at the bottom.Return to DreamingBeneathTheS...
  • Nigel Slater's baked pumpkin and roasted plums
    on Sep 17, 2011
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  • Thoughts on Britain's 2011 London Riots
    on Aug 9, 2011 in England
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  • Cooking With Basil
    on Jul 17, 2011
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  • The Road to Milford Sound (New Zealand)
    on Jul 14, 2011
    The Road to Milford Sound (New Zealand)(Guest post by Roy Mathias)The Milford track is perhaps the most famous walk in the world, and can only be trekked with a reservation--that is hard to get.   I have walked the Routeburn track, enjoying...
  • on Jul 14, 2011
    The Road to Milford Sound (New Zealand) (Guest post by Roy Mathias) The Milford track is perhaps the most famous walk in the world, and can only be trekked with a reservation--that is hard to get.   I have walked the Routeburn track, enjoyi...
  • Salmon and Horseradish sauce in 20 minutes
    on Jul 13, 2011 in Recipes
    Angela Hartnett's warm salmon and pickled cucumber salad recipeThis quick meal combines mild-flavoured salmon with the strong tastes of horseradish and soyShare reddit thisAngela Hartnettguardian.co.uk, Wednesday 13 July 2011 16.35 BSTArticle hi...
  • Growing Perennial Horseradish
    on Jul 13, 2011
     Horseradish is a perennial herb (it lasts for several years) originating from southeast Europe. Its tough twisted root is used in cooking to make horseradish sauce, a tangy and peppery sauce used to accompany fish and roast meat.Horseradish is...
  • The Best Way of Avoiding or Dealing with Clutter
    on Jul 9, 2011
     See this brilliant post from The UncluttererThe Keystone DemiseDoes this ever happen to you: Your home is functioning at its best and chores are getting done when they need to be done. Then, the light bulb burns out in the laundry room (or some...
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