The Circus Gardener's Kitchen

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wild garlic gnocchi with kale

The proposed merger between US chemical giant and its German counterpart Bayer, otherwise known as the “marriage made in hell”, is slowly but inexorably heading towards completion. It has not, however, been without its problems. The proposed merger has had to negotiate several anti-trust and anti-monopoly regulations in various global markets before it can proceed. Last month, for example, the European Union only gave the $62.5 billion deal its final […]

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strawberry crumble with elderflower ice cream

“Man is a part of nature, and his war against nature is inevitably a war against himself”. —Rachel Carson, Silent Spring It was good to see on Tuesday of this week that the google search engine had as its theme an illustration depicting what would have been the 107th birthday of Rachel Carson. Rachel Carson was an American biologist and author of the seminal work “Silent Spring”, about the devastating […]

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