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Times columnist comes to the defence of 'Two Kitchens' Miliband - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Mr Steerpike was interested to see Jenni Russell springing to Ed Miliband’s defence after Sarah Vine took a pop at his kitchen in the Daily Mail . Mrs Gove described his kitchen as ‘drab’ and said it made her want to ‘bring him over some fresh... Thankfully, as Times columnist Russell points out, this is not his main kitchen. It is in fact his ‘ functional kitchenette’:. Strange that he should indulge in such pathetic PR that’s been seen through as soon as it’s been published. A “functional kitchen” – split level oven draped with a single (possibly two) tea-towel, fitted worktops and extractor hood above what appears to be a sealed and unused cooker, no cooking utensils, a laundry bin – empty, and drinking tea or coffee... If this isn’t a clumsily posed shot complete with crude props then I don’t know what is. What does he take us for – the plonquer. Jenni Russell and Miliband are perfect bedfellows, both being utterly preposterous. Russell occasionally reviews newspapers late at night for the BBC and her sneering, condescending, almost regal attitude towards anyone not agreeing with her divine pronouncements is truly laughable. Pity the poor git who’s shacked up with her – if indeed anyone is that desperate. The main kitchen might somewhat clash with the food-band Britain myth Labour are peddling. There is no shortage of food in Britain and food is surprisingly affordable. What we have is a situation of people suffering a cash-flow problem and personal indebtedness and a destruction of traditional societal inter-reliance by the over-reliance on the welfare state. When I was a child, we did suffer times when we could not afford food, but we relied on neighbours and relatives who came forward to hep. Now, no-one will come forward because there is entitlement culture and an assumption that it is the State’s job. Yes, but who is doing the dumbing down. Ed used his friends at the BBC to do a puff piece about what a nice ordinary bloke he is and used his wife to tell everyone to stop being mean to her hubby (calling Cameron a toff and a Bullingdon Boy every time you open your mouth is completely... They then chose to be photographed in a small kitchen to reinforce the image of a humble, ordinary couple. When this piece of spin unravels, their supporters are very indignant and say why. Source: blogs.spectator.co.uk

Food for One And All - The New Indian Express

If ancient religious wisdom is to be believed, we’re all just merely passing through this transient journey called life. The place we dock at, we call home. The national capital, for one, has always been one such popular halt, for people from near and far. Negating that intangible distance, is Cafe Immigrant that embraces the cosmopolitan cocktail Delhi has become over many years. Randomness has been expressed in unabashed abundance in this new café, that opened in place of Ignis Kitchen and Bar, some time back. Nothing is meant to compliment anything, but each piece holds a special significance—idiosyncratic in its distinctness and therefore, irreplaceable. Little metallic butterflies over the large live kitchen wall, posters with powerful social messages hung up at regular intervals, ghee tins doubling up as cutlery caddy, steel thalis as condiments caddy, light bulbs in large cages, some exposed... The intention, however, of the space embracing one and all comes forth quite clearly. “We wanted an all-inclusive brand name that would stand for our core hospitality value, which is, to welcome all backgrounds. Immigrant was a great name because Delhi is a city which houses the maximum number of them,” says Umesh Kapoor, its owner. Overlooking central park, the café extends a panoramic view of the inner circle of Connaught Place. People going about business, lazy street dogs basking in the sun, vendors struggling to sell ambiguous items, girls and boys canoodling in quiet corners, parking lots exploding with an overload of vehicles, cheerful laughters, angry grunts… you... But before you make a dash towards the hot seat, we recommend, you take a little tour of this concept café that has specially been curated for those countless immigrants, who’ve made Delhi their home. Upon being seated and after being handed the multiple white sheets that comprise the menu, you’ll notice how the randomness we were talking about earlier has been introduced to the gastronomic offerings as well. While some absurd sounding choices like Chawanprakash and Mint Smoothie surprised us, others like Vanilla Bacon Shake completely missed. Source: www.newindianexpress.com

Antiques | Beware of copies of famed pieces - The Courier-Journal

Watch out for fake antiques, especially copies of well-known pieces. In about 1820, some potters in the Staffordshire district of England made portrait figures of famous politicians, actors and athletes to sell in local shops. Remember, this was a time when there were no color images of people except paintings and few black-and-white photos. Often the potters confused the personalities. A famous error was the figure of Benjamin Franklin made in about 1820. Some had the name "General Washington" painted on the front of the base. In the 1950s, when Staffordshire figures were again very popular, many copies of both the correct and incorrect Franklin were made. Other old fakes still are around. Some are antique jokes, like "The Vicar and Moses," which shows a judge sleeping in court. "The Tithing" is another faked figure, a group with a tax collector taking a percentage of the crop — and a new baby — as a tax from a farmer and his wife (sometimes the farmer was less cynical and brought a pig). Other named copies show well-known men of the day, including Shakespeare, the comic Joseph Grimaldi, a bust of Washington or even a pair of cricket bowlers. Be careful. It is harder to recognize the 1990s Chinese copies than it was the 1950s copies. READ MORE: Political pottery. Q: We have a rocking chair that has been in my husband's family for about 60 years. It's Craftsman-style and has armrests. It also has the original leather seat cushion with springs. On the bottom of the seat it reads, "Northwest Chair Co. , Tacoma, Wash. " I'm having a hard time finding information about the company and our chair. I would like to sell it. What do you think it's worth. A: The Northwest Chair Co. made furniture in South Tacoma from about 1900 to the 1950s. In the mid-1920s, they opened distribution warehouses in Los Angeles and Berkeley, Calif. An advertisement claimed the company made "bedroom, children's, dining room, kitchen, library and store chairs made of ash, birch, mahogany, oak and walnut. " In addition to furniture, the company made airplane parts for Boeing in 1944. We've seen a similar Morris-type rocking chair priced at $100. Q: My mother has a very old set of china. The mark on the back reads "T & R Boote and Co. " and has an image of a ship called Tusculana. Do you have any information about the maker. Boote was founded by Thomas and. Source: www.courier-journal.com

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    03/12/15 ,via Spectator.co.uk (blog)

    Mr Steerpike was interested to see Jenni Russell springing to Ed Miliband's defence after Sarah Vine took a pop at his kitchen in the Daily Mail. Mrs Gove described his kitchen as 'drab' and said it made her want to 'bring him over some fresh brownies'.

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