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#pilgrimage #jeune #lent #french.

I am now a full week into my lent journey, and mostly ups so far, can't say anything has gone wrong except for a number of blisters which are now almost recovered again. Nearly had a break in walking today but the #chemin #camino #way has called me and currently I relax at Le Brémien Notre-Dame.
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V4 - The Beginning of the End.
Before the Beginning of the End. Monday 9th. And it is so nearly done: a final four days frantic picking and packing Bright Minds at Mosaic FS, and I thank them for providing me with this employment and example of insanity. Although I set off with high expe...
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The beginning of the end of 2013(draft)
Monday 9th. And it is so nearly done: a final four days frantic picking and packing Bright Minds at Mosaic FS, and I thank them for providing me with this employment and example of insanity. Although I set off with high expectations of paying off much of wh...
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I have never thought of how strange it would be to have a #twin  and dress everyday as if you hadn't an individual thought to be a separate entity...this #oddcouple had matching bags, matching shoes and ,even, socks (I checked) ! I don't suppose they had the same husband, children and homes? I need to see and clearly this is seeing!
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I have gone away and tried to make sense of the first part - no good me self flagellating when no one will understand? 
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(Noon Thursday)
Why drink Rodenbach with a rotten tooth? Why go through the pain of childbirth of my mouth to suffer that tart sweet Flanders Red. It speaks to me of West-Vlaanderen culture and I am so sorry for not wanting more when usually a bucket ain't enough and bite a large Frikandel to round off the Evening’s booziness!
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(Much later)
(F**k you) Bar3 as the only cheese you could possibly monger is either between your toes, crusting over a greasy frown or bent back bitter and stretching a grey rubber something else of a cranium: think you this a pub (after a few I am pompous).
Amongst beers and cheese I have found instead twats. But only on the flippant spin of X99 into vain Wetherby which should crawl back into the seldom wash of this winter's bulky draft: the Wharfe.
From amongst the luxury of lactic loveliness, I had four cheeses which would each pitch to conspire to the downfall of Wetherby (except on a Thursday when the market( circa1225) would marquee you - there is one person once a week selling true cheese! ), yet I do say to myself: hurry on to the crescendo of bed. Beer met with cheese is like french pain and figue confiture, GG Marquez and magic realism or yeast, hops and malt (which is another truth often forgot in wine haste).
So I should in this dream state bring and bring wholesome full fat unpasteurised milk curdled and wheyed and what booze would you give to this punter in return?
Surely I exhibit no forms anger but only love for the unity in either fermentables or coagulates: you decide - I think both so you should take my advise when choosing? But is all artisan considered too much a luxury, when supermarkets are filled with pap, by the general public or is eating something created in small hands-on batches justly pure - another truth coming back to the land that already knows a the real beer revolution? Although plainly I know true beer is a reality but is bland cheese a necessary truth or another misunderstanding of this remorseless universe?
Firstly I find 99% of British cheese lacks the simple shining brilliance of French, Italian, etcetera, even in Hypermarche, but I accept we needed to rationalise when we were heavily in war and rationed. Now though it could be dressed up as Blue Monday this, matured Quickes that or quartered goat washed in twice cave age old sock dip or another rankly perfumed sheep dip. Hmm. I am a twat to the British cheeses tonight. Even in the gathering dusk it just isn't subtle enough, yet I know great cheese approaches this land of my birth.
But again I recoil from the slowly spreading venom bite of that barleycorn monster I was created to serve. Only last night my cousin asked me why I could ever require a beer if I was to return to love (I see but I don't bloody understand - I always feel gentle and 'one' learning the beer, the cheese, the unity of nature's love before they both kill me).
I jumped off the bus, vanished into the first 'pub', but I was worried seeing two cronies I wish I couldn't see in the 21st century, and must pass by. I received a Theakston's XB (because it always reminds me of West Jesmond, The Lonsdale and University) in a Leffe glass to make it seem less 1990s, thrust money at scintillating Amanda (for whom my pelvis ...) and thought 'where is Wetherby's cheese?' Oh, where is your heart now Cheese and Co. is extinct?
Cheese is whey out of this barren town - a league we would need travel to grasp trub, haze and petialiance in beer too - Marks and Spencer, Sainsbury's or Morrisons - you choose!
Do you like that, sir? Oh yes I do bar slave! Stand up if beer and cheese do dance you. And between the occlusion and that awakening of the being 'sunclipse', your cheese will roger me into submission and beer`s slinking wholesome loveliness will make me pass out in dribbling drivel.
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(Friday Morning)
It comes back to me now! Monte Enebro, Black Crowdie, Lynher Dairies Yarg and Wookey Hole Cave Aged Cheddar.
As a champion of Belgian beer I thought that any experiment with fine cheese should involve the luxury of malty, deep, brooding strong Oud Bruin ale - but this isn't my current kin. Something is no-no about hoppy beer and cheese which does strikes me as uncomfortable. American IPA is out today (At the conclusion I tried Ageless double IPA to confirm my fears: what discord).
So sour, saison, farmhouse and wild it will be instead. An Oude Geuze broweij Fonteinen Artisan Lambic with its wonderful salty sharp nose, living flora and refreshing crisp tartness that always works wonders if Yarg be your bedfellow (Northbar) bringing out the full creaminess and the herbe astringency of those ortie (nettles). Those creative Brettanomyce spores rend this beer uniquely sour but also uplifting. This style is more reminiscent of a lively Norman cider or bubbly simple, inexpensive Crémant de Loire (cheaper than God awful Champagne which, unless you have bucks or know the récoltant directly, isn’t worth wasting money on) or beautiful Ridgeview Grosvenor BdeB.

Meeting up with Pete, and then an interesting femme - whose BF is otherwise known as East India Youth playing over in Manchester - put pay to me being entirely objective with the remainder of the cheesey combustibles or considering their worth next to the champions of yeasty sourness that our friends at ‘Friends of Ham’ were pervading. Three great cheeses (two as I really don't go for cheese rolled in stuff no matter how peppery, artisan or how well it might work with the beer (subjective I know) and three fine, contrasting, freely breathing, spontaneous wild ales. So I will literally be objective on a free afternoon, either on February the 1st or 2nd (when I become the answer: 42), to this long weekend cheese and beer affair I press pause please before my selfmade doom arises from guilty pleasures on Monday!

(Saturday Morning)

In a flash! Awesome crested the afternoon like a bleached white marble Monte Enebro rippled about with the wash of blue love. This cheese reminds me of those geological eggs grey and brutal without but crystalline within: a milk quartz crystal that I devoured spontaneous to balance the light cherry saison Wild Beer Co. of Somerset yeasty spree - Amelie (but wasn't that strawberries?)- another cheese to bring Heaven closer still! Weeeee!
Sober morning where the sun finally smiles down on us. The rain pains me no longer. I couldn't escape online with my Vinyl addiction on Friday - yes six albums (New purchases: Fuck Buttons::Slow Focus, Michael Chapman::Fully Qualified Survivor(repress), Blancmange::Irene & Mavis(repress), East India Youth::Total Strife Forever, Rodriguez:: Cold Fact(repress), Various:: ‎– Forge Your Own Chains: Heavy Psychedelic Ballads And Dirges 1968-1974(repress)) in only one day! No! I register coffee (zwei) and porridge in Whitbread's coffee emporium: Costa. Today what hope have I to hide from fermented curds and fermented wort as I don't want to watch Wetherbees queue passing by on their way to Hell.
There is some stuff to consider as I look forward to The Plum Village in Dordogne and Mediation surrounded by French fromage de pays and Vin de pays. First to Cahor on Shrove Tuesday then a little selfless walking to The Plum Village (114 kms) to arrive no later than 14 March 2014.) Yippee - can feel the cheese and wine already! But I must stop this beer crusade a month.
(Saturday Afternoon)
Yes I said no, but lack of Dog or the want of Wetherby meant the X99 with sullen faced bus stereotypical driver delivered me with a purpose I hope my Liver, Heart and Emotion will allow. So now I say yes to a collaboration beer: Northern Alliance Series salted lemon wit cleverly placed at 7.4% abv - Bad Seed Brewery and Northern Monk fermenting in unison. A grand affair just light enough on the lemon not to destroy my palette or the funky creamy Monte Enebro I know is a legendary cheese. What i the next affair? Omme Gang Brewery Hennepin - Coopertown NY. Recommended. New on me. Friends of Ham is a proverbial sweet shop. I could not go wrong with FOH if I were to die right here: even if Saison becomes the season. It is cold outside! Salted, rosemary focaccia and Hennepin Farmhouse Saison and Rosemary brings back a memory: Pietra Colomba: I now dare not touch its antithesis: unless my head finally wishes to explode. Overwhelmed or is it overdosing on nature's harvests. At this point a quietly dry biscuit needs to reset my palette because the saison was a little too hoppy: however I will accept the combination would be delightful if not testing cheese. This is a review but Saturday is encumbered with empty headed Yorkshite folk ... Off to view footy. I forgive New Station Street for this temporary invasion.
Change that sail for a spinnaker boom: America's Cup for Danish King. But I await Wookey Hole cave aged Cheddar before changing tack: Ricemarket, Copenhagen/ Mikkeller spinning bottle: oh yes baby. It is ginger and honey flavoured by YDE. With a battered tooth should I eat mature smokey earthy Wookey Hole? Not too saline or cystaline but it definately reminds me of Cocaine Night's in the mid 1990s: that cave is where Escobar's body putrifies and petrifies I expect. Mikkeller have you produced a 'pants' beer here? Unimpressed. Wookey Hole is too much for this. I really don't think it works with cheese! But with a sausage I think and mustard - honey and mustard are bedfellows.
Just as we will wreck our hair with fudge, gel, wax, shampoo I feel chili jam hammer my tongue into insensibility: good job as I now have a three cornered beer, cheese or chili 'off'. What are you after? What do you want from me Mister Wookey: hey I know! - Orval. Solid ground! Quite hidden where the fridge in Ham divides. Orval and cave aged cheddar is fine even when, or perhaps if, chili jam lingers; these three will work. So sorry Mikkeller that Ricemarket was flawed. Trappist beer captures me with rounded aged hop luxury. Final mouthfuls of quality beer and superly strong Cheddar. Four beers but only two close enough to support and increase the pleasures of stupendous cheeses. Must now back to Northbar not for cheese just a couple more black beers: Alechemy Panacea was so pleasing on Thursday night I must enquire again (afterwards I also had an Okell's Cutthroat Porter which was too light in my opinion) Northbar has Yarg, but I couldn't eat another cheese today even if I feel it and Panacea would rock: another day.
Hmmm Orval, Wookie Hole Cave aged Cheddar and chili jam: oh what a shock to be so moved.
In Northbar and everyone is drunk - so much so someone just sojourned heavily with a timber floor: homeward I should wander before it is dark outside and I joing this shambles . Gone none too soon as this is the second afternoon of booze bounce in four and has a vice like grip...and birthday blues kick in!
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Philistine, anti-hero, voice of the opposite, radical, freethinking, non-bullshitting, guru of the leftbank...platonic dog lover, food eater, 'booze' drinker and archetypical over clover leaper
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A passionate believer in self expression. Whether it's through food, wine, art, writing, venting one's spleen, talking loud, wearing a broach, badge, big hat, 'short' shorts (...is nice!) etc.. Enjoying life to the full and smiling at the world!
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  • University of Northumbria
    1992 - 1995
  • Wetherby High School
    1990 - 1992
  • Craigie Senior High School
    1987 - 1988
  • Wetherby High School
    1983 - 1986
  • St James C of E
    1977 - 1983
  • Wetherby High School
    1990 - 1992
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