"Ariane Kambu Mbenza grew up with her uncle in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. When she was seven years old, he asked her to be in charge of preparing food. Sure, Uncle. No problem. She had grown up watching her mother cook and played kitchen plenty of times. "In Africa, you know how to cook automatically." Now a mother herself, Ariane showed me how to make what in Congo would be called, " Riz aux legumes avec poisson grillé avec la sauce tomate à l'ail." Text Via
followed by Congolese mini Waffles
as seen in the photo in the linked newspaper.
posted by infini
on May 31, 2013 -
This post isn't about the great Belgian guitarist Philip Catherine
- too many guitar posts recently - it isn't about the Belgian singer Katerine
(nothing to say). It is about the French singer Philippe Katerine, who has been changing the way lyrics are written, as well as giving a whole range of new topics to French song. With Je vous emmerde
(F*** you) he explains what's on a loser's mind. Excuse-moi
is about the things a man focuses on during sexual intercourse in order to avoid early ejaculation. The individual struggling with an meaningless society is always present : Borderline
with English subtitles). His lists and his humor clearly link his work with the texts of Poets like Raymond Queneau, Boris Vian (and Serge Gainsbourg), or the prose of Georges Perec. He can be Elegiac
, he's always twofold.
posted by nicolin
on Oct 25, 2007 -