colourful stacks of books

I recently read a book where at the back there were notes for book groups and also a selection of titles for further reading around the same subject. I’d expect that, sometimes in a factual book, but this was fiction. The book was The Legacy of Hartlepool Hall by Paul Tarday and it was… well… alright. The thing was though, that it led me on to reading Something Fresh by PG Wodehouse once again and to fall in love with Blandings all over again.

So, what I thought I would do every so often would be instead of churning out a load of links for you, to curate a bit of further reading. In addition to anything I have

been doing here at the blog. So with no further ado, here are the first couple to tempt you.


The Art and Science of Planned Pooling.

An older, and very interesting article from one of my favourite knitting magazines, Twist Collective, written by a knitter who is also a statistics professor. I have never much liked variagated yarns because of the seemingly random splurge of colours that one gets when knitting with them. This methodology may change my working with them.

tomato glut

River Cottage Home Made Tomato Ketchup.

A really tasty recipe for the ubiquitous red stuff from Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall and possibly quite apt a little later in the year when the tomatoes are all ripening at the same time. It takes a while to make, but the results are well worth it. The amount of tomatoes that we had last year, it was still around now!

Watch this space for more.


Further Reading

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