Quickies In My Kitchen - Netflix
In her brand new series, Quickies In My Kitchen, ex-rock'n'roll singer and super cook Anna Gare is back in the kitchen showing viewers the food she loves to cook for her friends and family.
This 13-part series has been produced exclusively for LifeStyle FOOD to show timepoor families how to prepare effortless meals with loads of flavour. Anna's accessible, no-fuss approach to food produces recipes that take the minimum of time, fuss and cost, while still looking good and tasting great.
Anna's recipes have wow factor and are easily accessible for any novice cook to tackle. From a classic Chicken Casserole with a twist to a recipe for a Truly Great Chocolate Cake, Anna shares her time-saving hints and tips while still preparing tasty meals. Anna also has advice on what to look for when buying fresh produce.
In each episode Anna invites a guest into her kitchen to help cook and have a chat. They also prepare a quickie of their own for Anna. Over the series, her guests include Olympian Raelene Boyle; Professor Fiona Wood AM; actor/comedian and Anna's brother-in-law Sam Longley; Grammy Award winning musician and radio presenter, Lucky Oceans; comedian Fiona O'Loughlin; and celebrity chef Ian Parmenter.
Anna talks with her guests about their passion for food and their own favourite quick meals, while they sit at her kitchen bench. There is fun and lots of natural laughs, the way you would when friends drop by and join you in the kitchen.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Quickies In My Kitchen - Cunt - Netflix
Cunt is a vulgar word for the vulva or vagina and is also used as a term of disparagement. Reflecting different national usages, cunt is described as “an unpleasant or stupid person” in the Compact Oxford English Dictionary, whereas Merriam-Webster states that it is a “usually disparaging and obscene” term for a woman or an “offensive way to refer to a woman” in the United States. The Macquarie Dictionary of Australian English gives “a contemptible person”. In Britain, New Zealand, and Australia, it can also be used as a neutral or, when used with a positive qualifier (good, funny, clever, etc.), positive way of referring to a person. The earliest known use of the word, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, was as part of a placename of a London street, Gropecunt Lane, c. 1230. Use of the word as a term of abuse is relatively recent, dating from the late nineteenth century. The word appears not to have been taboo in the Middle Ages, but became taboo towards the end of the eighteenth century, and was then not generally admissible in print until the latter part of the twentieth century. The term has various derivative senses, including adjective and verb uses. Feminist writer and English professor Germaine Greer argues that cunt “is one of the few remaining words in the English language with a genuine power to shock.”
Quickies In My Kitchen - Radio - Netflix
On 6 December 2010 on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme, presenter James Naughtie referred to the British Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt as “Jeremy Cunt”; he later apologized for what the BBC called the inadvertent use of “an offensive four-letter word”. In the programme following, about an hour later, Andrew Marr referred to the incident during Start the Week where it was said that “we won't repeat the mistake” whereupon Marr slipped up in the same way as Naughtie had.
Quickies In My Kitchen - References - Netflix