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Shades Of Dirty Blonde


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  • Dirty Blonde is a play by Claudia Shear.
    shades of
  • something that reminds you of someone or something; "aren't there shades of 1948 here?"
  • Shades Of is the first album by funeral doom band Shape of Despair. Unlike their other albums, it has a mainly solid guitar sound all the way through that is constantly played. Their more recent releases, for example Illusion's Play have more ambience.
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"Make big thick roux"
"Make big thick roux"
Molly taught me everything I know about making roux, and we are fortunate that Molly's grandma, Lucille Zenobia Richard (ree-SHARD) left us her little treasure box of Cajun recipes. The first line of many of Lucille's recipes is "Make big thick roux, dark brown". Roux is the standard thickener for Cajun dishes. Be advised that down south we call roux "Cajun napalm", and that a splatter will give you a severe burn. I speak from experience. That's why we make roux in the bottom of a deep, heavy pot with a long-handled spoon or spatula, and I hope that's what you'll do, too. Roux is made from equal volumes of fat and all-purpose or high-gluten flour. We use 2/3 cup of each for five pounds of other ingredients. Each type of fat imparts its own flavor, and highly saturated, high flash-point fats such as lard or bacon grease are standard. Peanut oil also works well. If you're making your first roux, keep the flame relatively low and plan to stir continuously for 15 minutes. Heat the fat, and add flour a little at a time, stirring until it blends smoothly. With a little practice, you can crank the heat up and make a roux in 5 minutes or less, but the stuff is awfully easy to burn, and the only cure for a burned roux is to toss it and start over. The flour boils briefly as you stir it into the hot oil. Flour contains 15% water by weight, and you're seeing it boil off. Once the water cooks off, oil coats each grain of flour and keeps them from sticking together. Keep cooking until the flour begins to brown. You want a shade between dirty blonde and parchment. (If you're a French cook, think sauce espagnole.) Next -- watch for splatter -- add water a a little bit at a time, stirring briskly and continuously. Remember that you are pouring cold water into hot oil, and that it's going to erupt furiously. You'll probably add a little more than a pint, but have a quart handy, because this is the point at which roux is most susceptible to burning. The water causes the flour grains to explode, and the sauce thickens instantly and magically. Stir constantly, adding water until the sauce is thin enough to flow freely. Add pre-chopped ingredients such as onion, garlic, green pepper and parsley to cool down the mix. That's how you "make big thick roux". It adds a nutty taste, and it's the basis of Cajun cooking. Coming next, chicken fricassee.
I Want To Paint
I Want To Paint
I Want to Paint - Adrian Henri (1968) I want to paint 2000 dead birds crucified on a background of night Thoughts that lie too deep for tears Thoughts that lie too deep for queers Thoughts that move at 186,000 miles/second The Entry of Christ into Liverpool in 1966 The installation of Roger McGough in the Chair of Poetry at Oxford Francis Bacon making the President’s Speech at the Royal Academy dinner I want to paint 50 life-sized nudes of Marianne Faithfull (all of them painted from life) Welsh Maids by Welsh Waterfalls Heather Holden as Our Lady of Haslingden A painting as big as Piccadilly full of neon signs and buses Christmas decorations and beautiful girls with dark blonde hair shading their faces I want to paint The assassination of the entire Royal Family Enormous pictures of every pavingstone in Canning Street The Beatles composing a new national anthem Brian Patten writing poems with a flamethrower on disused ferry boats A new cathedral 50 miles high made entirely of pram wheels An empty Woodbine packet covered in kisses I want to paint A picture made from the tears of dirty-faced children in Chatham Street I want to paint I LOVE YOU across the steps of St. George’s hall I want to paint I I want to paint The Simultaneous and Historical Faces of Death 10,000 shocking pink hearts with your name on The phantom negro postmen who bring me money in my dreams The first plastic daffodil of spring pushing its way Through the OMO packets in the supermarket The portrait of every sixth-form schoolgirl in the country A full-scale map of the world with YOU at the centre An enormous lily-of-the-valley with every flower on a separate canvas Life-sized jelly babies shaped like Hayley Mills A black-and-red flag flying over Parliament I want to paint Every car crash on all the motorways of England Pere Ubu at 11 o’clock at night in Lime Street A SYSTEMATIC DERANGEMENT OF ALL THE SENSES in black running letters 50 miles high over Liverpool I want to paint Pictures that children play hopscotch on Pictures that can be used as evidence at murder trials Pictures that can be used to advertise cornflakes Pictures that can be used to frighten naughty children Pictures worth their weight in money Pictures that tramps can live in Pictures that children would find in their stockings on Christmas morning Pictures that teenage lovers can send each other I want to paint pictures

shades of dirty blonde
shades of dirty blonde
Dirty Blonde
Cate Fante is strong and sexy and wears designer suits like overpriced armor. She's just become a judge but leads a dark double life that she hides from everyone.
Her cover is blown when a high-profile case in her courtroom takes a stunning turn. Overnight the tabloids tell her secret, her boyfriend dumps her, and her new career hangs in tatters. But Cate's troubles are only beginning. An enemy no one anticipated sends her running for her life, and she'll have to fight her way back to the truth . . . or die trying.

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