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Silk Brocade - The New Yorker

Ann Gallagher was listening to the wireless, cutting out a boxy short jacket with three-quarter-length sleeves, in a pale-lilac wool flecked with navy. She had cut the pattern from her own design—there was a matching knee-length pencil skirt—then pinned the paper shapes onto the length of cloth, arranging and rearranging them like pieces of a puzzle to make them fit with minimum waste. Now her scissors bit in with finality, growling against the wood surface of the table, the cloth falling cleanly away from the blades. These scissors were sacrosanct and deadly, never to be used on anything that might blunt them. Ann and her friend Kit Seaton were renting the back basement of a big house in a residential area of Bristol for their dressmaking business. because the house was built on a hill, their rooms opened onto a garden, and sunlight fell through the French windows in shifting patches onto Ann’s cutting table. Someone came down the steps to the side entrance, then tapped on the opaque glass panes of the door. Ann looked up, irritated at being interrupted. Kit said that they should always switch over to the Third Programme when clients came—it was more sophisticated—but there wasn’t time, and Ann could make out enough through the bubbled glass to know that the woman standing on the other side wasn’t... She was too bulky, planted there too stolidly, with an unassuming patience. Some clients pushed their faces up against the door and rattled the handle if they were kept waiting for even a moment. Do you remember me. It’s Nola. Nola Higgins stood with military straightness, shoulders squared. she was buttoned up into some sort of navy-blue uniform, unflatteringly tight over her heavy bust. “I know I shouldn’t have turned up without an appointment,” she apologized cheerfully. “But do you mind if I ask a quick question. Ann and Nola had grown up on the same street in Fishponds and had both won bursary places at the same girls’ grammar school. Nola was already in her third year when Ann started, but Ann had ignored her overtures of friendship and avoided sitting next to her on the bus that took them home. She’d hoped that Nola understood about her need to make new friends and leave Fishponds behind. Nola had trained to be a district nurse when she left school, and Ann didn’t often cross paths with her. now she guessed, with a sinking heart, that Nola had come to ask her to make her wedding dress. Source: www.newyorker.com

The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers' recipes for roast aubergines with Szechuan ... - The Guardian

hen I was little, I was often allowed to cook dinner with whatever we had at home. Roast aubergines were a particular summer favourite, stuffed with tomatoes and herbs and topped with a crisp parmesan crumb. This week, I’m making them with Asian flavours, namely Szechuan pepper, garlic and ginger, a trio that is way, way more than the sum of its parts. And also some courgette pastries that are, if anything, even more tasty when cold. Mind you, there’s something irresistible about anything wrapped in pastry. Roast aubergines with Szechuan fragrant pork Silky roast aubergine with garlic, ginger and boozy minced pork (chicken works, too), all heady with chilli: this is a pretty spectacular dish. Serves four. 2 large aubergines. 3 tbsp vegetable oil. Salt and pepper. 1 tsp Szechuan peppercorns. 1 red chilli, deseeded and finely chopped. 2 garlic cloves, peeled and finely chopped. 1 small thumb fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped. 400g pork mince. 1 small bunch spring onions, trimmed and thinly sliced on the diagonal. 3 tbsp Shaoxing wine (or dry sherry). 2 tbsp sherry vinegar. 1½ tbsp soy sauce. 1 tsp caster sugar. Sesame oil. 1 small handful coriander leaves, roughly chopped. 50g peanuts, roughly chopped. Heat the oven to 200C/400F/gas mark 6. Cut the aubergines in half lengthways and scoop out the flesh, leaving a 5mm border around the edge. Roughly chop the flesh and put to one side. Lay the aubergine shells skin-side down in a baking tray, season and drizzle with a tablespoon of oil. Roast for 10-15 minutes, until just cooked through. Meanwhile, grind the Szechuan pepper and shake through a sieve (discard the husks left behind). Put a wok or frying pan on a medium heat and add two tablespoons of oil. When hot, add the Szechuan pepper, chilli, garlic and ginger, and stir-fry for a minute, until soft and fragrant. Turn the heat right up, add the pork, season with a little salt and stir-fry for two to three minutes, until cooked through and just taking on some colour. Add the chopped aubergine flesh and spring onions, and stir-fry until the aubergine begins. Source: www.theguardian.com

Palatinate Online » Article » “Not even water?!”: Experiencing Ramadan on my ... - Palatinate

By Charlotte Darrell. I knew that I’d be in Oman during the first two weeks of the holy month of Ramadan when I booked my plane tickets months before I even arrived. Of course I’d already learnt about the basics of this important part of the Islamic calendar year from my first and second year Arabic classes, but that’s only what I knew: the basics. Experiencing Ramadan first hand is both frustrating and magical, but mostly it is a time of learning – learning about the heart and soul of a culture and its people. Oman is an undiscovered gem. an up-and-coming destination for Arabic students, abounding in rich architecture, stunning natural scenery and, yet, it’s not too touristy. It’s an absolute monarchy with a beloved Sultan who has ruled for over 40 years and pulled the country out of the Middle Ages. Islam is the official religion, and the basis for laws, traditions, and customs. The Sultanate, which is situated on the Persian Gulf, is therefore conservative, and this conservatism is heightened during the month of Ramadan. Eating and drinking in public during daylight hours at this time of the year is punishable by law and can end you up in jail with a fine. There are no restaurants or cafes open until after sunset, which makes falafel and karak (a delicious, milky, spiced tea) cravings unquenchable. But I tried and look past the inconveniences and focus on sharing in the traditions, which didn’t mean fasting necessarily, but still feeling a part of it all. After all, that is what the Year Abroad is about. The month began with the sighting of the hilal, ‘crescent moon’, that indicates the beginning and end of the holy month. Some countries go by Saudi Arabia’s announcement of the hilal, but Oman chooses to declare the beginning of Ramadan with a local sighting, overseen by an official committee. I leant out of the window ledge on June 17, a Wednesday, and listened to the prayers coming from the local mosques, the heat creeping into the room despite the time of night, and the crescent moon somewhere above me in the sky. I had been briefed about the coming month at my Arabic school. how we were to behave in and out of centre, and what to expect. The presentation even included a short, cheesy video created for non-Muslims living in a Muslim country. It featured an American man’s voiceover wishing us ‘Ramadan Kareem’ with the worst Arabic pronunciation possible. I’ll admit to sniggering a bit at his awful accent,. Source: www.palatinate.org.uk

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  • The Jewish Press » » Setting Up A Newlywed's Apartment (Part II)

    07/20/15 ,via The Jewish Press

    Kitchen: hand towels, mugs, small set of meat and milk dishes, two sets of cutlery, one dish drying rack, two frying pans, two 8-quart pots, two 2-quart pots, hand mixer, hand blender, teakettle if you like tea, French press for coffee lovers, a set of

  • Hotel Review: Les Sources de Caudalie in Bordeaux

    07/16/15 ,via New York Times

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  • The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers' recipes for roast aubergines with Szechuan ...

    07/18/15 ,via The Guardian

    Lay the aubergine shells skin-side down in a baking tray, season and drizzle with a tablespoon of oil. Roast for 10-15 minutes, until just cooked through. Meanwhile, grind the Szechuan pepper and shake through a sieve (discard the husks left behind).

  • Palatinate Online » Article » “Not even water?!”: Experiencing Ramadan on my ...

    07/21/15 ,via Palatinate

    The men, hundreds of them, ate outside, long, plastic sheets laid out on the ground with large, round trays full of food in front of them. They ate 'Omani We also had cutlery, which makes eating that bit easier for a girl who eats 'Omani style

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