A 1942 weekly ration allowance of tea, bacon, sugar, eggs, margarine, butter and lard This month, Prospect's food columnist Wendell Steavenson writes about commemorating the D-Day landings with a...
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"Over successive D-Day commemorations I have devised 'Le Grand Repas du Débarquement'—the Great Meal of the Invasion—a homage that grows a little more ornate each year"
"If you are going to invest your own money, you are going to mess up and lose some of it periodically"
“Perhaps all your efforts to hide your vulnerability behind an aggressively capable façade are so convincing that people imagine you don’t need help”
I never saw a British seaside town I didn’t like. Foreign travel crippled them. EasyJet and Ryanair bayoneted the wounded. And yet here they still are
This month, Stacey Little, author of the Southern Bite cookbook and blog, teaches us how to whip up a hearty southern breakfast or a sweet snack from his native Alabama. "As a true southerner...
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