Healthy fish recipe

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Healthy fish recipe

Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the nice weather. I  notice a lot of blooming flowers everywhere and   enjoy the nice walks by the sea in the afternoons as I find it quite relaxing.  There is something about the fresh air, the sound of  the waves and the seagulls playing with them. In fact the recipe of this week it is deeply related with the sea, as I noticed that me and my husband don’t eat enough fresh fish, so I bought some fresh sprats from my favourite local fish monger and thought of making a healthy Italian fish recipe. I simply added some nice basic ingredients like parsley, bread crumbs, lemon and tomato to then make the most amazing layered fish cake. I loved the results so I thought it was worth it to share this recipe with you. This is definitely very…

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What Is “Old Fashioned?” On Food and Architecture

Architecture Here and There

Courtesy of the Both illustrations courtesy of Maison d'Ailleurs, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland Illustrations courtesy of Maison d’Ailleurs, Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland

My friend Nathaniel Walker, who got his doctorate at Brown last spring and now teaches architectural history at the College of Charleston, has contributed this essay.

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From the Ground Up: How Architects Can Learn from the Organic and Local Food Movements

By Nathaniel Robert Walker

As a supporter of traditional urban design and a believer in the contemporary relevance of traditional architecture, I cannot count the number of times I have heard generally well-meaning, otherwise reasonable people say the words: “Well, we cannot pretend that we are building in the nineteenth century.”  This statement envelops within its svelte hide a veritable swarm of debatable assumptions, many of which lie at the heart of global architecture culture’s current malaise.

I find it is usually useless to attack these assumptions directly by asking complicated questions such as “What is it about symmetry or…

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Under The Shadow of the Tien Shan Mountains

Diary Of A Traveller

Travelling through the Tien Shan Mountains in the middle of winter with my skis and snowshoes is something really special to me. Im always in love with mountains, it gives a sense of calmness in my soul and standing on top of a mountain, I feel nearer to heaven. Nothing between me and the blue sky and the stars, the clouds are moving below me, in the same direction of the blowing wind. Each of the elements here up in the high mountains is different than being on lowlands. The strong wind, the air that contains less oxygen, the smell and the quietness made me feel more aware of the right here and right now. It made me feel less about the worldy things and more aware about the existence, both inner and the outer world. After all, Im surrounded by the mother nature.

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Travelling on my skis here in…

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Discworld: Where My Heart Lives

Palimpsest

You never see your loved one’s flaws. You fall in love too quickly, in a rush of delight at finding such a person, a burst of wonder that, in all this wide and fragile world, there exists a mind just like your own. Before long, they have settled down inside of you, in the vulnerable parts of your chest. Any doubt, any flaw, is drowned out by the rhythmic thump of a voice that says you are not alone.

It’s like that with books.

There are so many books, so many writers I could tell you about, which would make me look clever, or deep, or wise. But let’s be honest with each other for a moment: those are not the books which live within you. The books you fall in love with are the books with flaws. They are the books you devoured late at night under the sheets…

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