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“I can never decide whether my dreams are the result of my thoughts,
or my thoughts the result of my dreams.”
D.H. Lawrence

I will not be just a tourist in the world of images, just watching images passing by which I cannot live in, make love to, possess as permanent sources of joy and ecstasy.
Anais Nin



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Friday, January 22, 2010

Arthur De Pins

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

More from my hometown KCK

"Carnival Park
Kansas City, Kansas
circa 1910 "

Posh Nosh


    Simon's Food Philosophy

    I once ate a Flayed Swordfish And Guava Millefeuille that reminded me, in one sweet mouthful, of a Sea Interlude by Britten, a painting by Turner and one of Michael Holding's rampant, perfect-length balls.
    Sniff your computer screen. What does it remind you of?

    Roasted fruits? A Hockney? Cherry blossom?

    No. It reminds you of nothing.

    Computer screens look, smell, feel (even taste) like nothing. They're devoid of sensuality. People who stare at screens all day should be shot. But there are so many millions of them. There simply isn't time.

    And, worse, so many screen-starers have beards. If there's one thing I'd love POSH NOSH to achieve, it's to rid the world of beards. Beards are the enemy of culinary excellence. Can a bearded man eat Flayed Swordfish And Guava Millefeuille? Oh yes. Many times! The first time is merely an overture. For days afterwards, he'll come back to haunt it, rehydrating barnacles of encrusted beard-fish with his salivating tongue.

    Minty's Food Philosophy


    Food has been a passport to another world for me, to be honest. Let's hope it is for you too.

    It's important to say that Simon and I are working restaurateurs. We don't spend all day lounging round the tennis court at Crowe Hall, our house in Upper Berkshire which was built in 1685, as you know.

    From Architect's Fish And Chips to Spotted Mick, all these dishes are available at our restaurant, The Quill and Tassel at Bray. Because you're reading this, you love food more than anything else in the world and fully support our No Beards and No Children policy.
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    Simon and Minty Marchmont show the viewers how to make Toad In The Hole with a Spanish twist ("Crapos En El Bujo)!!!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

My Kansas City

This is my hometown, Kansas City





Another one for the ladies

Some YUMMY eye candy !!!

Thursday, January 7, 2010

A few pictures I have created on Polyvore...Click here to see more