From Anik’s Kitchen: Lemon Pasta

From where this dish originates, I can’t tell you because I don’t know. Lemon Pasta is one of those traveling recipes that you pick up and then carry wherever you travel in return.

It’s quick, original, tends to impress hosts when you whip it up as a thank you for letting you stay as a house guest, tastes just the right bit of fresh and generally tends to make people happy.

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Through Geschwitz’s Lorgnette: Scoring a 10 on the Stanwyck Scale – the 2005 L.A. “Rosenkavalier”

After posting the promotional image for the 2005 Los Angeles “Rosenkavalier” a few days ago, I stumbled over the performance review at Musicweb International and was left wondering: Is this possibly the gayest “Rosenkavalier” currently imaginable?

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…a one-way-ticket to Zurich, please.

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Zurich really has it all – mountains AND a lake. AND Harnoncourt conducting at their opera house. And to make all other people envious, you can send postcard of saids opera house (and it’s spectacular 2nd floor terrace with an overview of the lake) to poor Anik to turn her green.

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