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Chris and I both really enjoy cooking and trying out new recipes, although as a vegetarian I won’t be experimenting with meat dishes any time soon. Not that I have an issue with anyone who eats meat, we’re all free to make our own choices and one man’s meat is another man’s poison, as the saying goes. I decided to become vegetarian in my early twenties because I don’t like the taste and texture of meat, and when I think about it, I’m not sure I ever did. The only meat products I liked were those which were processed, and probably smothered in seasoning and gravy. And so, I have now been a vegetarian for around 30 years, and Chris is a confirmed meat eater with a cheese allergy and a particul

Robert & Antis

Like many people my age, I grew up with films about World War 2, usually black & white and watched on a Sunday afternoon. My particular favourite is The Dambusters, and I also read the story of Barnes Wallis in one of the books my Dad used to get from Reader’s Digest. In history lessons at school we covered many subjects including the Reform Acts in the nineteenth century, and contemporary history which included the 6 day war in the Middle East. But we were never taught about the two world wars, and my knowledge of these was pretty basic. This all changed when I read a truly captivating book called War Dog, which tells the story of a Czech airman called Robert (or Jan) Bozdech and his flying



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