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Escape to Mallorca: The Rocks by Peter Nichols - Everyday ebook

The beach, olive groves, lemon trees, yachts, sailing in the Mediterranean. So we have the gorgeous, lush setting for Peter Nichols's new book, The Rocks. Add in two love stories - one gone mysteriously awry fifty years ago - and you have the makings of a wonderful summer read. We usually expect our books to read in a fairly linear manner, starting at Point A and progressing forward in time to Point B, perhaps with a few flashbacks if necessary. Nichols upends our expectations in The Rocks. The novel opens in 2005 and works backward to 1948. This device works to propel the reader forward to discover what did happen rather than what will happen. At the beginning of the novel, it's 2005, and we are introduced to octogenarians Lulu and Gerald. Despite living in the same town on Mallorca for more than fifty years, they have managed to avoid each other almost entirely since their divorce in 1949. During this unexpected encounter, they argue about an event that may have caused the divorce. this argument leads to their death, as they stumble and fall off the cliffs. This moment is what the book leads back to through its stops in time. The Rocks is also the story of Lulu's son, Luc (from her brief second marriage), and Gerald's daughter, Aegina (from his second marriage). their relationship seems to be one of star-crossed lovers. Through the years, there are missed opportunities, miscommunications, and misunderstandings. We get to see how they have gotten to this point as Nichols goes back in time, uncovering these moments until their childhood, when they are innocent children playing on the beaches of Mallorca. They are brought back together by the death of Lulu and Gerald - given one last chance to realize the love that has haunted and eluded them through the years. This device of working backward reveals the characters in very interesting ways. In some ways, it is like real life: We meet someone, know them in the moment, and slowly they reveal their lives and past to us as time goes on. Our four main characters are surrounded by a very diverse supporting cast, and we get to know many of... Again - just like real life. This is an expat's world. The actual Mallorcans who appear are mainly minor characters, either in role or appearance. Even Luc and Aegina, who were born in Mallorca, belong in the expat community and leave. Source: www.everydayebook.com

How to cook Christmas dinner: keep it simply delicious - The Guardian

he key to enjoying Christmas day if you are cooking is this: do not attempt to do too much. I met a man called Steve a few weeks ago. The only time he cooks for his family is on Christmas day. He was complaining about how stressed it made him. “What did you cook. “Oh just the standard stuff,” he replied. “Smoked salmon and blinis to start with. Then turkey. And ham of course. Chipolatas. Pigs in blankets. Devils on horseback. Two kinds of stuffing. Roast potatoes. Roast parsnips. Sprouts with bacon and chestnuts. Red cabbage – you have to have red cabbage. Cranberry sauce. Bread sauce. Oh, and apple sauce because my wife likes that. Christmas pudding. Mince pies. And brandy butter. I assumed Steve was completely mad and that no one else would dream of cooking that much. But my curiosity was piqued. I began asking friends what they put on their Christmas table. And it turns out that most people are trying to cook over 15 different things. No wonder tempers become frayed. Every restaurateur knows – the shorter the menu, the better the food. It’s simple logistics. Concentrate your energy on fewer dishes and you’ll execute them better, without getting into a flap. In my household, this is all we will be having this year (and it still seems dangerously abundant to me): turkey (I am tempted to try deep-frying it – it can be done, apparently – but my wife says she will never forgive me if the entire clan ends... brown bread sauce. cranberry sauce. roast potatoes. mince pies (does anyone actually like Christmas pudding. and rum butter. I can make all this the day before, except the turkey, sprouts, gravy and potatoes – and those can be prepped in advance. As a result, the food will be better, and I’ll have plenty of time to open my stocking. Here are our other top tips for simplifying your Christmas day, plus a recipe for stuffing. Turkey These are the main points to remember when cooking a turkey:. The day before:. 1 Check that your bird fits into your roasting dish. Then check it fits in the oven. 2 Make the stuffing (see below) and let it cool. 3 Prepare the bird. For something fancy, try mixing 200g of softened butter with a pinch of smoked paprika, chopped tarragon and some garlic paste. Source: www.theguardian.com

Pictures: How much would you pay for this Whitstable beach hut? - Canterbury Times

It's a beautifully maintained beach hut in the stunning location of Tankerton seafront, with direct sea views to the west towards the Isle of Sheppey, the Thames Estuary and the Essex coastline. As well as being close to a tap, toilets and a café plus Tankerton Sailing Club, the beach hut has a worktop and base units, with a sink and drainer, and its double doors open onto a veranda that has steps down to the grass. The hut comes ready to use with lots of equipment including flooring, a sofa, a full set of folding dining chairs and table, folding beach chairs, cutlery and crockery, a kettle, gas burner. It even has a surfboard thrown in. So how much do you think you'd have to pay for all of this. Source: www.canterburytimes.co.uk

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  • Kitchen Counselor: Tips on keeping your kitchen clean and germ-free

    02/24/15 ,via Palm Beach Post

    That is one reason why many health experts discourage washing chicken or raw meat in the sink for fear that errant sprays from the action may land unnoticed on the dish drainer, which is always adjacent to the sink, and perhaps even on the dishes left

  • 8 inventions that will revolutionize your kitchen

    11/06/14 ,via The Week Magazine

    Even if you missed the movie, you've probably still seen that scene, the one where half the city rises and bends like rubber above the heads of the main characters. That inspired designer Luca Nichetto to create this piece of practical art. Made of

  • Escape to Mallorca: The Rocks by Peter Nichols

    06/03/15 ,via Everyday ebook

    The beach, olive groves, lemon trees, yachts, sailing in the Mediterranean. Mallorca. So we have the gorgeous, lush setting for Peter Nichols's new book, The Rocks. Add in two love stories - one gone mysteriously awry fifty years ago - and you have the 

  • How to cook Christmas dinner: keep it simply delicious

    12/22/14 ,via The Guardian

    The key to enjoying Christmas day if you are cooking is this: do not attempt to do too much. I met a man called Steve a few weeks ago. The only time he cooks for his family is on Christmas day. He was complaining about how stressed it made him. “What

  • Pictures: How much would you pay for this Whitstable beach hut?

    02/27/15 ,via Canterbury Times

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