This is our favourite way of eating up the spring glut of artichokes, broad beans and asparagus. The recipe comes from a charming book by Elizabeth Luard, The Flavours of Andalucía. The asparagus, because we have lots, and chick peas, for protein and to make it low-GI, are our additions to her recipe. Early season habas can be cooked in their whole pods.
So, some of you may have seen this before but, if like me you're enduring the miserable weather in London, you'll be happy to see it again!
A gorgeous cup of hot chocolate is an indulgence that most of us love to partake in. Whether it’s first thing in the morning, after a meal or before bed, hot chocolate is always something to look forward to.
This is not your typical Mothers Day story or tribute. It is a real story of love, tragedy, sorrow and grief. Sadly this isn’t a story at all, it’s a reality, my reality.
I went to school for funeral services, it is a two year program. One year in school and the second year is a paid internship year that you work in funeral services and also complete assignments.
There's nothing like a good typo to start the day.........especially when it is a front page, above-the-fold doozy like this one:
THAT would be anything but gentile..........I mean, genteel.
Transformation is my favorite game and in my experience, anger and frustration are the result of you not being authentic somewhere in your life or with someone in your life. Being fake about anything creates a block inside of you. Life can’t work for you if you don’t show up as you. ― Jason Mraz
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the humble phone booth took on renewed importance as cut-off New Yorkers used pay phones to connect with each other in an emergency. Now, this quaint but reliable form of public technology is getting a major facelift.
Starting today, New York City is officially launching a plan to transform pay phones into giant touch screens that provide city information, emergency broadcasts and local business deals.