Sunday, 27 March 2011


I had a lovely walk today, in the woods and country lanes between Dinas Powys, Wenvoe and Michaelston-le-Pit. Lots of spring flowers, birdsong and lambs bleating, and the sad sight of a bird of prey dead by the roadside. Not for a moment did I think about taking it home and cooking it, but Jonathan McGowan might have. In yesterday's Guardian Weekend he describes his experience of cooking roadkill. After years of experimenting (e.g., avoid badger and hedgehog), he now serves his dinner guests dishes such as two-owl bolognese, fox lasagne and frog stir-fry. Interesting:

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