From the Campaign for Real Farming’s blog comes a seasonal read Well Beyond Bubble-and-Squeak: The Incomparable Joys of Leftovers and the Secrets of Good Stock.
I thoroughly recommend following the blog, which averages out at a post per fortnight. I also recommend Colin Tudge’s 2003 book ‘So shall we reap’ which details what’s gone wrong with the world’s food supply and then proposes how we can feed 9 billion people by 2050. The short answer is plenty of plants, not much meat, and maximum variety. Shame that Edinburgh City Libraries don’t appear to have a copy, but I have one if you want to borrow it. Email me (Alex Stuart) if you want to borrow my copy.