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‘Aphrodisiac’ of the ocean: how sea cucumbers became gold for organised crime...
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Overfishing and smuggling of this crucial animal are affecting biodiversity and the livelihood of local fishers in Sri LankaIt’s after sunset in Jaffna when Anthony Vigrado dives into the waters of Palk Bay, scanning the seafloor to collect what seems to be prized treasure. What he comes back with are sea cucumbers – long, leathery-skinned creatures that are increasingly valuable and the source of his income for the past 12 years.But after a 10-hour search, his harvest is only a fraction of what it used to be, as the shores of northern Sri Lanka and southern India have become a prime spot for exploitation. Continue reading.........
In the past, some Eurasians would ‘pass’ as white to access the associated privilege...
South China Morning Post
4 hours ago
Certain kinds of Eurasians in colonial Asia so closely identified with their European side that the Asian aspects of their heritage became deliberately, consciously erased. Tremendous energy went into mimicking their racial “betters” in terms of food, dress, recreations and – less happily – expressed prejudices and negative behaviour towards other “natives”. Closer access to economic and other advantages were the main drivers; if clinging to the coattails of privilege offered entry points to…......
Sourdough Panettone and Viennoiserie: how the history of bread in France is ‘the story of people’...
South China Morning Post
10 hours ago
If you’re one of the many home cooks who got into bread baking last year, during the pandemic, and panicked when stores ran out of commercial yeast, knowing that you could let your breads rise with a natural starter might have come as a revelation. But wild yeasts have been around since before our ancestors even began baking the first forms of bread. As Thomas Teffri-Chambelland writes in the introduction to Sourdough Panettone and Viennoiserie (2020), “The purified yeast that is now used in…......
At the Masters, a Pimento Cheese Sandwich Is Only $1.50...
11 hours ago
Experts say $1.50 pimento cheese sandwiches are not just about hospitality. Instead, they are a low-cost way to cultivate one of the biggest brands in American sports.......
PM Imran expands 'Koi Bhooka Na Soye' programme to 3 more cities...
The Dawn News - Home
18 hours ago
Prime Minister Imran Khan expanded the operations of the Ehsaas Koi Bhooka Na Soye [No one goes to bed hungry] programme to three more cities — Lahore, Faisalabad and Peshawar — on Sunday. A statement from the Prime Minister's Office said that the premier had announced the extension of the programme before the arrival of the holy month of Ramazan. While addressing the extension ceremony in Islamabad, he said that initially a pilot programme of mobile kitchens (kitchens on trucks) had been launched in Islamabad to assess what issues would come up. "Now you can see it has been started in Peshawar, Lahore and Faisalabad. And this is the beginning — our idea is that we want to spread a network of kitchens [and] meals on wheels across Pakistan and they will then cover all the areas where there is the most poverty and people sleep hungry." The prime minister said that blessings and prosperity came from God but it was up to humans to make the effort for them. He said he wanted the office bearers in government and ministers to realise that "their biggest responsibility after coming into power is towards the segment that is poor". He questioned why Pakistan hadn't followed the path set by the state of Medina despite being founded in the name of Islam. "Even though our situation is difficult— there is debt, little money is left to spend on the people — despite that, God's order is to follow that path. This path is of rule of law and of humanity, that we take responsibility for our poor segment." The premier said that God's blessings would shine upon Pakistan once the state took responsibility for delivering meals to people who couldn't afford them. "We don't realise what a huge asset is lying in our country — the people who give charity. We are among the only countries where people give the most charity, we are very lucky people," said the prime minister, adding that the people's charity had supported the running of his Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital. The prime minister also cited other measures taken for the benefit of the poor such as the government's Panagah (shelter) programme and universal health coverage. Prime Minister Imran Khan concluded his address by calling upon the public to participate and donate to the programme with charity before Ramazan. "This is the perfect way to do so. You will receive our numbers and website — participate in any way you can. When government and people join hands, this network will spread in entire Pakistan." The programme was launched in Islamabad and Rawalpindi last month under which the poor and labour classes would be provided free meal boxes twice a day through mobile trucks at various points of the twin cities. Under the programme, a concept of mobile kitchens was introduced which would be plied all over the country to provide free meal to the needy and hungry people. “Koi Bhooka Na Soye programme is the beginning of Pakistan’s transformation into a welfare state,” the prime minister had said at the launching ceremony. Each food truck feeds 1,500-2,000 people daily on specified service points. The meals are cooked, stored and served from a truck kitchen. Later this year, the programme will be upscaled phase-wise to other parts of the country.......
Level up your kitchen prep skills with a fancy knife set on sale...
20 hours ago
TL;DR: Sharp knives are a kitchen must-have, so grab this handmade Japanese knife set on sale for $220 as of April 11. Use code SLICE22 at checkout to get the discount. You don't want to be hacking away at a nice steak with a dull knife — or worse, a butter knife. Leveling up your knife set can do wonders for your food prep skills and make life in the kitchen easier. With the handmade Japanese four-piece knife set from Forge To Table, you won't have to waste time painstakingly cutting meat or vegetables. This set is made from a five-layer stainless steel that's built to last, and the octagonal handles provide a supreme grip, no matter what you're cutting. Read more...More about Food, Kitchen, Mashable Shopping, Culture, and Work Life......
The old scrapbook recipe collections that tell the story of our lives...
1 day ago
Our personal recipe collections catalogue the food we have loved – and the dishes we dreamed of makingThe cookbooks I’ve written about over the past three months were not included randomly. They weren’t selected because they offered up 97 clever things to do with a courgette and a spiraliser, or for their novel ways with quinoa. They were chosen because they had a serious impact on how we cook and how we eat. They were big sellers. As a result, week by week, people have discovered that they had the volume I was eulogising on their shelves. Some readers have owned a few of them.But as this is the last column in the series, it’s time to look at a collection of recipes almost everyone has. I certainly have one. Mine has the word “Challenge” embossed on the front. That’s not a description of how hard the recipes are. It’s the name of the venerable stationery company which manufactured the blue, hardcover A4 notebook within which those ideas for dinner are contained. It is our collection of recipes cut from magazines and newspapers, photocopied from a friend’s book or scribbled down by a relative. It is an unplanned collage of a good life, or a feverish attempt at one, measured out in ingredients, volumes and oven temperatures. It is the ballad of traybakes and crumbles, of new and sophisticated ways with pasta and swift things to do with chicken and a bunch of lemons. Continue reading.........
Braised cuttlefish with peas and tomatoes recipe...
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Pickled vegetables and aubergine purée recipe...
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