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Food for thought

April 17, 2012

Today I’ve been busy putting the world to rights and happily this involved a nice lunch in Dawlish. This evening I went to another putting the world to rights event,  only this time it was about the local community Atmos Project which aims to regenerate a derelict brownfield site in the middle of town.  Unfortunately this event didn’t involve food – at least not food I could eat there and then.
I had no time to eat or cook before hand, but while I was rushing around getting ready I did notice the  beloved preparing a boys’ meal.  I had time to take a quick photo. At first it looked as if it was going to be a mushroom and potato fry up and I wasn’t too disappointed to be missing it.
By the time I’d got my coat and was ready to head off, it was looking altogether more inviting with the addition of broccoli, eggs –  and some cheese lurking on the sidelines.  I was beginning to feel a bit hungry.
Fortunately the feeling of wellbeing engendered by being part of the vibrant Transition Town Totnes community was enough – food for thought is all that’s needed…
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