1. Learning to Love a Malaka.
"Cured?" I said nervously. "What was wrong with it?" "I'm Ben," he said. I ordered it anyway. Marco hurried away to get our
Monkeys and Olives for Dinner: The Glamorous Life of a U.S. Ambassador in Cape Verde and Guinea Bissau
It was exactly like everybody else's bed, except...it had good springs. I had twin beds in my bedroom, and one of them was
"Nice lamb" as in lamb braised as they might braise it in the Franco-Italian city of Nice. The classic meat for Niçois braising is in fact beef, and a classic way of using the leftovers is to chop them up with a leafy vegetable like Swiss chard and turn them into ravioli.
The more you know.
The Library at Ephesus A Gallipoli Graveyard RUINS The remains of extensive Roman metropolises and more Greek ruins than
Alexander McNabb's hot adventure "A Decent Bomber" for a change wasn't set in the Arab world, but managed, in its Irish venue, to tie back to the region he's used as a backdrop for earlier novels.
Sweet and salty -- delicious!
Once you've got your tapenade (which, with a food processor, is the work of two or three minutes) and some tomatoes, you've
Did I just see something slither to the shadow? Trip to the ice machine, all that is frozen in time like that cockroach, just kidding. I need to get my peripheral vision checked. I'm sure I just saw something flee to the darkness under the stairs.