First, trap the hare.
First, trap the hare.
You will need:
100g of your favourite pesto verde
30g panna (cream)
30g crème fraîche
100g ewe’s cheese
a handful of walnuts
Let the pasta slip into boiling water.
Bruise the fresh garlic and walnuts with a good shot of olive oil.
Add ewe’s cheese, crème fraîche, panna, mash everything well with a fork. Add the pesto, go on mashing until all is fluffy.
Add two spoons of the extended pesto for one serving of spaghetti and watch this while you
Goes well with a classic caprese (sliced tomatos, mozarella, rucola, olive oil, balsamico, sea salt and ground pepper). You can keep the pesto in the fridge for two days in a jar when covered with olive oil.
[submitted by Stephan Mathieu]
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A2 Poster, gloss stock
Designed by Jon Wozencroft
…discovered in the depths of the Touch archive, this poster advertises the long-deleted Tone 7 and Tone 7.1 from 1997 – New Order’s “Video 5-8-6”, which was recorded in 1982, initially as soundtrack to the opening of The Haçienda in Manchester, England.
These copies are from the original 1997 poster print-run. As such, they have minor blemishes (small crease marks to the edges) which, we believe, will be obscured when framed-up. Be quick! We only have a handful of these A2 Posters available…
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12.06.09 – The Act of Being Stung – 08:47 – 192 kpbs VBR
Mike Harding was commissioned by The Southbank Centre to record bees for The Bee Symphony, to be performed on Sunday 6th September 2009 at The Queen Elizabeth Hall, London as part of Pestival. The Bee Symphony, with music composition by Marcus Davidson and bee recordings by Mike Harding diffused by Chris Watson, will be performed at “Cross Pollination – An Evening of Experimental Insect Music”, curated by Chris Watson.
The recordings took place at Cherry Garden Farm, Stelling Minnis in Kent, England. The hives are owned by Olivia Grove on her seven acre small-holding. Also present were Marcus Davidson, who took the photos, and bee expert Mary Hill. You can hear the voices of all four on the episode…
Equipment used includes 2 x dpa 4060 mics, recording onto a Nagra Ares P-ll at 48k 24bit, and of course, a coathanger and bee suit… with thanks to Jane Beese at The Southbank Centre.
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