Twisted carrot© PhotoAlto/REX/Shutterstock
On the face of it, the media push to force supermarkets to sell “wonky veg” sounds perfectly reasonable. I disagree with it, however.  Someone like Jamie Oliver appears on the television with a weeping farmer standing next to a heap of grotty parsnips and suddenly everybody only wants to eat bent cucumbers or straight bananas. Anyone, like me, who prefers their parsnip to be wide at the top and narrow at the bottom is left looking as if we’re set on […]
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