There’s a festive atmosphere in the kitchen. Micky’s been to the bakers on Notting Hill Gate and brought back bagels and doughnuts. ‘What kind of doughnut, Micky? Is it custard?’ I ask hopefully. ‘No. Jam,’ he replies, perhaps a little guiltily. ‘They didn’t have any custard.’ Hmm. Disappointing. But a doughnut nevertheless. I peer in […]Read More →
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