1. Grenadine comes from them
2. They are native to Iraq and Iran
3. Easy way to de-seed is to cut it I half and smack the back with a spoon.
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1. Grenadine comes from them
Took a weaving class where I learned:
1. Weaving was a guilded craft
2. The thing the yarn goes through is called a reed
3. Reeds are measured by how many yarn ends will fit through the hole
1. Pelagius argued that Augustine’s doctrine that humans went to hell for doing what they could not avoid (sin) was tantamount to the Manichean belief in fatalism and predestination, and took away all of mankind’s free will.
2. He was excommunicated in 418
3. Augustine testified against him
1) it is a time of the year that is about waiting. I’ve always thought it was about preparing. Suppose those are similar, but not exactly the same.
2) There’s 2 parts to the “flow” of advent. One part looking forward to Jesus’ birth and the 2nd is in looking forward to his next arrival.
3) the twitter hash tag for advent is #advent
- Social Activist who co-founded “The Catholic Worker” newspaper.
- Started “hospitality houses” for the poor in New York. Now there are over 180 such houses all over the world.
- Belived that to follow Jesus meant voluntary poverty and service to the poor.
- Is being considered for sainthood although she herself said “Don’t call me a saint. I don’t want to be dismissed so easily.”
Today I saw a print I liked at a resturant. The label said it was a “serigraph”. Ironically enough, that means the same as silk screen. So, I’m going to start saying I’m getting my work serigraphed! ;-)
1. serigraphs have their origins in Japan where people used stencils to create patterns on textiles. It’s a relatively new process which was patented in 1907 from a guy in England.
2. Textile items are printed in multi-color designs using a wet on wet technique, while graphic items are allowed to dry between colors that are then printed with another screen and often in a different color.
3. Serigraphy is highly versatitle and can be used on all kinds of material including paper, textiles, ceramic, clocks and decals. The images can be highly detailed.
1. These are a hybrid cross between plums and apricots which resemble plums mostly.
2. They are made by grafting apriot trees to plum roots and are 3/4 plum and 1/4 apricot.
3. Pulots are very sweet like a blend of flavors, including bing cherries, plums & citrus. Store pulots in continuous refrigeration for 7-10 days.
They look like this:
- Type of african drum. The head is made of goatskin and the body is made of wood
- Has a resonating sound due to the shape of the drum.
- Considered to be a “female” whereas the ashiko is the “male” drum
1) Highly spirited, anise flavored drink made with multiple herbs and flowers, which orginated in Switzerland.
2) Many people drink it by adding water and sugar to decrease bitterness. “This preparation is considered an important part of the experience of drinking absinthe, so much so that it has become ritualized, complete with special slotted absinthe spoons and other accoutrements” per Wiki
3) It was banned in many EU countries and the US during the early 20th Century but is making a comeback in popularity now.
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