Ian Fleming’s most famous creation, James Bond, was famously keen on lightly-scrambled eggs, bacon, sausages, orange juice and espresso coffee. He also dabbled with grilled sole, foie gras, crawfish, asparagus with Béarnaise sauce, and caviar. But could he really be thought of as a gourmet? According to Edward Biddulph, tutor and Senior Project Manager at […]
Archaeology: Old tricks for new dogs?
In Fornvännen 2007:3, husband & wife historians of archaeology Drs Åsa Gillberg and Ola W. Jensen note that there are currently ongoing attempts to train dogs to sniff out archaeology, much like they have proved capable of finding illegal drugs, recently buried murder victims, even cancerous tumours. Results so far are inconclusive. The point of […]