Put Your Ethics Where Your Mouth Is
Some time back I published an article from the NY Times – it was a challenge, actually. The Times had published a number of articles in defence of vegetariansim, and in the spirit of good debate, it decided to ask the general public if they could argue in favour of ‘ethical’ meat eating.
I do not necessarily endorse the results, but a number of readers have asked me about the follow-up article.
Here we have the result:
Just a reminder that my last class for 2012 at Gopals Melbourne and almost certainly my last class there ever will be held on Sunday 27 May. If you live in Melbourne and you’ve always wanted to attend, here’s your last chance.
Gopal’s Vegetarian Restaurant,
Full-day Cookery Workshop and Feast,
Sunday 27 May,
Bookings & Enquiries call 03 8555 0361
Here’s what we’re cooking:
Kurma’s Global Vegetarian
Arab-style Rice with Vermicelli and Chickpeas (Roz bil Shagria),
Rustic Ginger-scented Carrot Soup with Fresh Herbs,
Persian-Gulf Curry of Potato, Cauliflower, Preserved Lime and Homemade White Cheese,
North-Indian Mustard-infused Cabbage, Coconut and Peanut Salad (Kobi Pachadi),
Malaysian Vegetable-stuffed Pastries (Curry Puffs),
Javanese Chili and Tomato Relish (Sambal Bajak),
Crispy Wontons Stacked with Fresh Berries and Vanilla-enriched Cream,
Hot Homemade Spiced Tea (Masala Chai)
Extreme fun will be had by all!!
Finally my Naga chili plant is fruiting. I cannot be sure which variety of Naga chili this is – looks like a Dorset Naga but could be a Naga Jalokia.
In September 2006 the Naga Jolokia was officially recognised by the Guinness Book of Records as the world