I’m sure I’m not the only person who feels a bit blue at the end of summer; a time to return to normality, off with the T-shirt and shorts, and into something more formal. The children are back to school, the days are getting shorter and the boiler needs servicing.
I’m pleased to say this issue has lots of positive things to look forward to as we move into autumn. Tara Knight talks about why interesting, tasty food shouldn’t just be something reserved for eating out (p.36). In fact, we’ve got food well-covered in this issue and there’s chance to win top of the range cookware from Kitchenlab (p.44). Walter Dall’Omo has some top tips for autumnal gardening (p.52). John Worsey talks to a very happy and philosophical Portsmouth wrestler, Rishi Ghosh (p.72). And, if you were feeling sad about your children or grandchildren going back to school after the summer holidays, it will soon be time for half term and our Girl about Southsea is looking forward to a low cost, maximum fun, half term break (p.20).
Kevin John Dean
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