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White Heat by Dominic Sandbrook

All set to take another trip in Dominic Sandbrook’s wonderful time machine? White Heat takes us back to 1964-70 via 794 pages of small print where there is something of interest in virtually every paragraph: politics, yes, but also high street fashion, furniture design, art and town planning.  325 more words

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Army gets verbal from Chancellor defensive lineman

About three months ago, George Brown received a scholarship offer from Army.

This past July, the Chancellor (Fredericksburg, VA) defensive lineman took a visit to the military academy at West Point, NY. 264 more words


Labour leadership elections: Part 1

As the Labour Party enjoys its annual leadership election, we start a look back at the post-war history of the competition. In part 1 we remember the days when the Left waged a war of attrition against the Right, in an attempt to destabilize the leadership. 1,186 more words


Tandoor Class!!!

Week 5 of our Indian II cooking class was all about tandoor.  We made:

  • Tandoori lamb chops
  • Murgh Mali Tandoor
  • Meethi Paratha
  • Masala Kulcha

Taking this class has me once again measuring up the backyard trying to figure out where I can fit in a tandoor oven! 138 more words

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Stuffed Chicken with Almond-Cashew Gravy, Tomato Chili Rice

The dishes produced during week 4 of our Indian cooking class were spectacular.  We made:

  • Murgh Wajid Ali
  • Kheema Sali, spiced lamb with straw potatoes (not shown, photos didn’t turn out well) and…
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Lamb Kebabs, Cabbage Foogath and Lamb Roti

Week 3 of George Brown College’s Indian II (HOSF 9428) featured:

  • Lamb Kebab Jehangiri, a dish created for the Moghul ruler who built the Taj Mahal…
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England's National Food: Chicken Tikka Masala

The second class of George Brown College’s Indian II (HOSF 9428) covered prepared chicken tikka masala, an Indian chicken dish that is somewhat similar to butter chicken,  It was classified as the “national dish of Britain” in 2001 by the British Foreign Secretary. 139 more words

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