A week of foodie inserts in The Guardian

If you live in the U.K., (or elsewhere where they sell U.K. newspapers complete with inserts) get ready for a week of food-related inserts starting tomorrow in The Guardian.

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Tomorrow (Saturday the 14th) there will be a Food Directory insert which looks very handy. Then from Monday to Friday they will have these terrific looking wall charts or posters. To close out the week there's a guide to seasonal food from food and "green living" maven Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, who also has a new food column in the paper. More details about the week of food inserts are here.

I will have to see if I can get my hands on these - I know The Guardian is sold at some newsstands in Zürich but I'm not sure if they come with the inserts... otherwise, many U.K. newspaper inserts do show up on eBay. I'm fairly sure some forward thinking and enterprising soul will collect these inserts and sell them. (U.K. magazine and newspaper inserts are the best - you often get things like complete novels, little kits, real DVDs, and even sort of usable accessories and clothing.)

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A week of foodie inserts in The Guardian

I can get these for you, I'm think. I buy the Guardian myself but will ask a friend for the inserts if you'd like.

Caryn | 13 October, 2006 - 23:01

A week of foodie inserts in The Guardian

Hi Caryn. I was able to arrange to get them - thanks for you kind offer though!

maki | 14 October, 2006 - 16:18

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