She sees making sure your oven is the correct temperature as mandatory for setting yourself up for success in the kitchen. And the fork? “As crazy as it sounds, we all have them in our kitchens, but a fork is so universal. A lot of my recipes will say stir with a fork.
Great read.One venue not mentioned is the High STreet underground bar STringfellow ran around 1968/9 before the penthouse. I read this somewhere else that he briefly ran an underground bar on the High Street which apparently was a shoe shop on the ground floor. Now there were and have been a lot of shoe shops on High Street over the years so which one of these might have had an underground bar, apparently a large basement room which was big friday and Saturday night northern soul/disco event in 1968/9? Anyone know of a basement bar on the High street at this time which was a shoe shop upstairs? I believe it was apparently near the Old Bluebell but was this the Bluebell in 1968?In a thread about the Penthouse you mention the boarded up windows at the far end which must of looked out onto the Haymarket and possibly the bottom of the High Street depending of course as to when the buildings across the road were built, although I’d never of described the Penthouse of having windows giving a very scenic view.
Also noteworthy is that I brought the intern who been working with me for the week, David. Not only has he had the misfortune to spend all day with me in the ting rooms all week, but he went to the applicant dinner I hosted on Tuesday evening, and went last minute with me to the Met so that my extra complimentary ticket didn go to waste. He truly been my protege for the week..
It’s one of those shows that you go to and it perfectly captures why you love music. Beautiful vocals, amazing instrumentation . Sign me up. Subprime lending which resulted in the 2008 financial crisis. Along the way, it ventures from the wilds of Qajar Persia to the bazaars of Constantinople, and highlights little known bubbles such as the Japanese rabbit mania of 1873, during which fluffy bunnies imported from Europe could fetch up to yen 600, at a time when the average monthly salary was about yen 0.6. (Apparently those with yellow ears were particularly highly prized.)The same thing happened with diving patents in the 17th century (which were supposedly going to be used to salvage sunken Spanish gold in the Caribbean); Brazilian rubber in the 18th century; and Spanish merino sheep, mulberry trees, and British railway securities in the 19th century.