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The drama of En Rama
20 May 2013 by Richard Hemming
Every year, I use London's extremely useful  Big Fortified Tasting to teach myself a lesson. In 2011 and 2012, the lessons were concerned with passing the MW practical examination. In 2013, with the exam now mercifully conquered , I could follow a more personal interest, so I embarked on a quest to discover En Rama. Mythologically, En Rama was an Egyptian god who had the power to take any object and magically amplify its essence - so He could take honey and make it even sweeter, or turn Pinotage into car tyres. Okay, so that's not true (and it's a cheap shot at Pinotage, for which apologies). En Rama does, however, amplify the...

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