In this issue of Saga Magazine : This month our thoughts turn to everything Easter. We bring you a message from the Reverend Richard Coles that’s full of the joys of spring, and armfuls of cherry blossom via the intriguing story of Cherry Ingram, the British enthusiast who saved the flowering Japanese trees from oblivion.
We have Lorna Wing’s delicious recipes to cook up a memorable Easter Sunday lunch, finishing with a fabulously chocolatey cake. And why not celebrate with cider, which is enjoying a resurgence as craft brewers turn their attention to the old-fashioned apple varieties, including the fabulously named Slack-ma-Girdle and Hen’s Turd.
Have you ever wondered who might get custody of the dog when a couple decide to separate? Our vet Trude Mostue sheds some light on the process and recalls a showdown in a car park that didn’t go according to plan…
We also have a first-hand account of how snoring nearly scuppered a marriage. Although it’s a perennial source of humour, snoring can have serious health issues and there is a way to tackle it so that everyone can sleep soundly.
All this plus our tantalising travel features, money news, health information, and all your favourite columnists in our sparkling April issue.
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