I have just finished volume IV of my collected papers. This is the one that contains the tutorials and appreciations that I posted on the blog. Volume I is juvenilia, Hume and Kant essays, and essays, published and unpublished, on higher education. Volume II is Marx and Classical Political Economy. Volume III, which is next, will be Political Theory and early practical political writings.
New fabulous recipe, which I have just invented: Get a large number of really fresh cherry tomatoes and cut them in half. Chop up three or four cloves of garlic. Chop up some fresh Basil leaves. Melt some butter in a pan and sauté the garlic, then add the tomatoes and the basil. Simmer for a while [ten minutes?] until the tomatoes are beginning to melt. It is fantastically good, and looks really nice on the plate. This evening, we had it with steamed asparagus and broiled pork cutlets, seasoned with crushed red peppercorns [Susie's idea]. Susie, as usual, had Sancerre blanc. I had Beaume de Venise, a nice red wine.