moiety - Fathers Day - Sunday 19th June 2011

moiety

all about our gig in at the Isis Tavern, Oxford
moiety - Fathers Day - Sunday 19th June 2011
we travelled by boat
a mini-festival in aid of the Mike Woodin Green Trust
on a sunny afternoon in the riverside garden of Oxford's most home grown tavern
click on the images to see the big pictures



moiety on stage at the Isis Tavern

Mark B. and Deborah on stage at the Isis Tavern

Mark P. off stage at the Isis Tavern

Pete and Tony on stage at the Isis Tavern

Here's a quote from our book of the month to give you sustenance:

"It is possible to be over-sentimental about French cooking. At the highest level there is no disputing that it is not so much capable of excesses as that it primarily consists of them. A dish such as volaille truffee au beurre d'asperge a la creme de patate 'Elysee Palace' exists in a realm which has managed to exceed the wildest imaginable reach of parody - these dishes are the product of febrile imaginations in big white hats. None the less there is a level of ordinary culinary competence in France which is unsurpassed by any country of my acquaintance; it is a competence which manifests itself as a sensous science of ordinary life, the application of intelligence to pleasure".
The Debt to Pleasure - John Lanchester (1996)