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Digital Subscriptions > delicious. Magazine > Mar-17 > When was the last time you felt hungry?

When was the last time you felt hungry?

In the first of a new series, philosopher and food lover Julian Baggini casts fresh light on the emotions, sensations and motivations surrounding food and the way we eat. This month, he ponders the problems of plenty


When was the last time your stomach properly grumbled? Not just a bit peckish or impatient for the cooking smells wafting into your nose to turn into actual morsels between your teeth, but feeling uncomfortably in need of nourishment? For most of human history, such gnawing has been all too familiar. For many of us today, it is a rarity.

Gardeners are being reminded of this at the moment – the time of year known as the ‘hungry gap’. Just about anything home grown on our tables this month will come out of a jar preserving last season’s bounty or from the freezer, as the last of the winter crops have already been eaten and the first spring harvest is still weeks away.

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Treat yourself to the March issue of delicious. and get baking with warming crumbles, Richard Bertinet’s award-winning sourdough and the ultimate custard doughnuts and brownies. Or treat family and friends with happy-making recipes from Thomasina Miers, Rachel Allen and Tom Kerridge. Embark on a new food adventure with DIY ricotta, throw a vegetarian dinner party or learn how to make proper coq au vin. delicious. magazine is the best way to improve your cooking.