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How Covid-19 is hastening the death of the British curry.
Each jar and packet in the kitchen is part of a wider story, involving geography, culture and politics.
This meal has had to feed my imagination for the past three months, and may need to for many more.
I am bored to tears of my own cooking, but two food writers are helping me through.
From my cramped London flat, I have been from the Hook of Holland to the Golden Horn, and across the Himalayas.
With friends and relatives at a distance, I want good bottles around me.
The celebrity chef on the moon landings, Greek philosophers and getting angry with his phone.
From sugar to “freedom fries”, eating - or not eating - can be a powerful form of political expression.
Threats to a bulk-buying institution in south London could expose the high street’s next victims.
We are better off for obscure wines brought across borders to our table.