British comedy duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb have been making audiences laugh for over two decades. They began their career performing on stage and…
Finlay Pretsell’s film, "TIME TRIAL", has recently been released and Jørgen Leth’s "A Sunday in Hell" had been an inspiration for Finlay and me. This Sunday sees the Tour de France race to Roubaix across cobbles. I share the same catering facilities in the Tour de France media zone as Jørgen and have meant to interview him for a while as I find him fascinating and so the above two happenings gave me the excuse I needed.
Interview with Ada Palmer, author of Too Like The Lightning
Mentioned by Ada:
* Jacques the Fatalist, by Denis Diderot
Candide, by Voltaire
the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund
Mentioned by me:
* Consent of the Surveilled, at RibbonFarm
- the /r/rational recommendation, Ozy’s review, my review
The second volume in the series, coming soon, is Seven Surrenders
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If you can sing it you can say it…this is the original version of the classic song….a perfect souvenir of The Land of Song……it is a track from a wonderful album " PORTRAIT OF WALES"" …. obtained from the CD section of my website www.donwoods.co.uk
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I Don’t Speak German - 82: Scott Alexander & Slate Star Codex, with David Gerard and Elizabeth Sandifer
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Whether the last supper was a Passover Seder I do not know. I do know that the rituals of the Passover dinner have been in place for thousands of years, although always open to evolution. And yet, there don’t seem to be any universal elements about Easter celebratory foods. The episode looks at these two contrasting aspects of ritual food.
First, Susan Weingarten talks about an essential item on the Passover table that is not mentioned in God’s original instructions for the last supper of the Israelites in Egypt.
Then, I talk to Lois Long about a recipe made famous by her mother, Edna M. Holmgren. Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs won the Pillbury Bake-Off in 1969 and were subsequently expropriated by some Christians to retell the story of the resurrection.
This copy of Edna Holmgren’s recipe is not quite the original. Lois Long told me that “the flour in the cinnamon sugar mixture was Pillsbury’s idea. I cut it down to 1 tbsp but I don’t like it. The original recipe has no flour.” I do wonder what it is there for. Possibly to soak up melting gooeyness, because many of the comments on the Hall of Fame website are complaints about the mess if the pastry isn’t very carefully sealed.
Edna Holmgren and her daughter Lois Long at Pillsbury’s Hall of Fame celebration in 1988
Susan Weingarten’s book Haroset: A Taste of Jewish History is published by The Toby Press.
Huge thanks to Lois Long for sharing her time, her memories, and copies of some of her memorabilia.
The cover image is a print by Jacob Cornelisz van Oostsanen after Albrecht Dürer, from the Rosenwald Collection of the National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.
The banner image of The Last Supper is by the workshop of Pedro Berruguete, circa 1495–1500, a gift of the Ahmanson Foundation to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
Oooops. Oh dear. I thought I had double checked the date of Pesach, but I apparently got it wrong. I said Thursday. It is Friday. Sincere apologies.
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Abbey Road Studio Two, five talented studio engineers and a round-table chat about music: we’ll be honest, we’ve had worse days at work.
Part One of our ‘For The Love Of Music’ series asks the group a provocative question: Is there no such thing as bad music?
You’ve just got to see what they had to say.
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Prof Neil Ferguson was one of the first scientists to raise the alarm in Britain that unless the government radically changed policy, it was heading for a disaster that the NHS could not cope with
This is broadly a discussion about websites and trying to be yourself on the internet, but we also managed to talk about The Muppets, book design, 1970s British television, generative poetry, and at least two types of cheese.
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