Consuming The Harvest

While Pottering About At Home In Norfolk

About CTH & Contact Info

Consuming The Harvest started out as an ‘all things foodie’ blog, and I had another blog for everything else.  It worked, but I found it so difficult to try and keep the two blogs separate that CTH is now in it’s third incarnation, and hopefully, happy at last.


What does CTH represent now?  Me, I think.  It is still a blog about all things foodie, mainly because I LOVE FOOD!  I enjoy reading about it, watching TV shows about it, shopping (for the most part) for it, wading through page upon page of recipes for it, learning about where it comes from and in the case of meats – how it has lived,  and how it arrives at my place of purchase, the preparation of it, cooking/baking/frying/grilling/roasting/sauteing etc…etc…etc of it, and the very best bit – eating it.  It is as entwined in my life as breathing and therefore plays a huge role.


But, as I’ve said before, there is more to life than food. That is what the rest of the posts included in this blog will be about.  Nothing flashy, nothing too noteworthy, probably nothing very exciting or inspiring.  Just life as I live it and see it, sometimes with my odd sense of humour, here in Norfolk (UK) and on our lovely North Sea coast.


I am , let’s say, the other side of 40.  Even though now 50 is the new 30, I still feel, at my tender age – very much the Grumpy Old Woman at times.  Lots of times.  I’m trying to do the right thing by the earth, my body, the animals I eat, the people I interact with, my spirit/soul and the people that I care for.  I fail as often as I succeed, sometimes miserably, but keep plugging along nonetheless.  Should you like to come along for the ride, you’re most welcome, and with a bit of luck there could be drinks and snacks along the way!  😀

Please feel free to leave any comments/suggestions/complaints/words of encouragement 🙂  not related to a specific post in the feedback form below.

Written by kadeeae

July 14, 2008 at 8:30 am

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