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"Food photography Kwestia Smaku," by Kwestia-Smaku, via Flickr. -- What the text on the photo says (with one notable question!) is: "Salad with figs and goat cheese on young spinach leaves logs [huh?] vinaigrette with olive oil, lemon juice and honey." [I can only assume the "logs" might have something to do either with "dressed with" or "wild spinach"; I get choices of logs, clearing, glade, or meadow. Given that I don't speak Polish, it's total conjecture. "Polana" anyone?]
Lara Holmes specialises in food photography for restaurants, books and magazines. For FOOD's September Eat pages she decided to focus on the ingredients and went back to basics with her styling of them. Crush roasted carrots and top with toasted cumin seeds, crumbled goats’ cheese and mint for an interesting side dish or starter with toasted flatbreads. Cook young or baby carrots whole in a light vegetable stock to intensify their flavour, or sear in a griddle pan to impart a smoky…
Sky centre crashes as viewers rush to watch ‘new Muhummad Ali’
Muhammed Ali, previously known as Cassius Clay, Ali changed his name after joining the Nation of Islam in 1964, subsequently converting to Sunni Islam in 1975, and more recently practicing Sufism. Ali became the first and only three-time lineal World Heavyweight Champion. I do not like boxing but he is so controversial that he made his way into this wall.