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Milk and Honey

March 12, 2015

Ruth Valerio

CVopmjtAZXU3y_4D6Sudy7tT-WbQEhmJ6kmMYxcOgroAn ancient Chinese proverb says, ‘having a laugh with a good friend is one of the best things for your soul’. That is certainly my experience when I get together with Rosemary Moon.

Rosemary is a wonderfully ebullient character (forgive me, Rosemary, for calling you a character). A member of the Guild of Food Writers; an advisor to Waitrose; a judge for the ‘Free From…’ awards; author of nineteen books, and a regular food presenter, Rosemary is a passionate advocate of local, ethical, good quality food. She also happens to live just a few miles away from me, in a charming little old thatched cottage. It was my good fortune to meet her in a pub a few years ago; we hit it off (everyone knew we would) and have been good friends ever since.

So I’m delighted that I’m going to be working with her over the…

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