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Diana Kennedy Cooking School
- A cooking school or culinary school is an institution devoted to education in the art and science of food preparation. It also awards degrees which indicate that a student has undergone a particular curriculum and therefore displays a certain level of competency.
- Diana Kennedy is an author and authority on Mexican cooking. A native of the United Kingdom, she moved to Mexico in 1957 with her husband, Paul Kennedy, who was a correspondent for the New York Times.
project52-14 Joy of easter
Have no illusions: The egg I carry wasn't hand-painted with care and love by Diana.
It's from a six pack of hard cooked eggs she bought some days ago in Basel , because they were on the "reduced price" corner for reaching pull date very soon. We made that photo and then she ate the egg - before it rots for good.
What shall I say about Easter? Its not a holiday I do share with Diana. She prefers celebrating Ostara, which took place a month ago. This is perfectly okay for me.
I always enjoyed Easter-Egg searching, be it at home or on the lawn of the White House. My children loved that. Easter eggs are like the other cool holiday things, such as the Christmas tree, its ornaments, Mistletoes, santa and the gifts. Isn't it funny that all these things are of pagan origin?
How many people, aside from real fundies, actually do prefer Church and Jesus-Stories over said things?
Very few, I'd bet.
You can still read testimonies from friends and co-workers of mine on how, in private, I moaned about the fact that as the President, I will have to attempt Church every Sunday, and of course, every holiday.
I was not the only one who preferred the Pagan aspects of the holidays over the Christian aspects. But back then, it wasn't a good idea to make such statements. Even my stand for the "right of not attending any church at all" brought me tons of hate-mail and the blame of having "betrayed Christianity".
People really made a big fuzz about religion back then. - Hell! Still today, I'm afraid.
Last Christmas, Schools in Zurich (Switzerland) were prohibited to sing Christmas songs with References to Christ - because they could offend Muslim Children.
I didn't get it then and I don't get it now: Why is it so f***** difficult to be just a little more tolerant, I mean on ALL sides.
But we are going too much into depth of a wide subject here...Too much for a silly little egg from the "close-to-decay-and-stink" desk.
Diana Kennedy is an author and authority on Mexican cooking. A native of the United Kingdom, she moved to Mexico in 1957 with her husband, Paul Kennedy, who was a correspondent for the New York Times.
She has spent 45 years traveling through Mexico researching cooking techniques and the history of Mexican cuisine. Her first cookbook was published in 1972. She currently resides in the state of Michoacan.
Ms. Kennedy was awarded the Order Of The Aztec Eagle, by the Congress of the Republic of Mexico for her contributions to the documentation of regional Mexican cuisine. The Aztec Eagle is the Mexican equivalent of a knighthood for non-Mexicans.
BOOKS BY DIANA KENNEDY
The Cuisines of Mexico
Recipes from the Regional Cooks of Mexico (1978)
The Tortilla Book
Mexican Regional Cooking (1985)
The Art of Mexican Cooking (1989)
My Mexico (1998)
The Essential Cuisines of Mexico (compilation from Kennedy's first three books, plus 30 new recipes) (2000)
From My Kitchen, Techniques and Ingredients (2003)
Oaxaca al Gusto (2010)
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