Tom Hiddleston on The Late Late Show with James Corden - April 25, 2016
Bizarre and elusive, the late 1930s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is largely considered to be one of the most beautiful automotive designs in history. Its iconic teardrop shape, dramatic fender flares and unique details like the split fin down the middle inspired this modern take on the Atlantic. Its a stunning hybrid of old and new with a modern Bugatti front half and classic rear.
Artist Paul Weaver paints the village of Windrush a beautiful Cotswold village, nestling in the stunning landscape of the Windrush valley and home of the late watercolour master and founder of the Pure Watercolour Society, James Fletcher-Watson. Materials used: • Ken Bromley Artists' Watercolours • Saunders Waterford 140lb Rough #painting #tutorial #watercolour #watercolourtutorial
Perfect Marinara sauce was one of Sinatra’s culinary passions. Frank published the recipe for his mother’s Natalie Della Garaventa aka Dolly Sinatra, tomato sauce in a cookbook and even launched his own line of jar sauce in the late 1980s. His recipe called for ripe red Roma tomatoes, olive oil, not too much onion and a fair amount of Italian Gold aka garlic.
Time to get into pickling and canning high gear. The late summer harvest bounty is here, and the perfect opportunity to make some not-so-everyday recipes. Why not start with this easy Pickled Dill Green Beans recipe. It would actually make a good first time canning project, as the brine works as a preservative. Keep a …
Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus; "Leo isn't reading, or writing, or drawing, or even speaking, and his father is concerned. But Leo's mother isn't. She knows her son will do all those things, and more, when he's ready."
Menat of Taharqo, Late Period, Dynasty 25, reign of Taharqo, ca. 690–664 b.c. This faience menat represents part of a heavy necklace carried in ritual scenes. Menat was Egyptian artifact which, like the sistrum, was closely connected with the goddess Hathor. It was held in the hand by its counterpoise and used as a rattle by Hathor's priestesses. Often it was worn as a protective amulet, even by Apis bulls, the sons of Hathor.
Statuette of the goddess Taweret, Ptolemaic Period, ca. 332–30 B.C. Egyptian. Taweret's domain was the protection of pregnant women, especially during childbirth. Her grotesque image, intended to frighten away demons and other deadly creatures, combines human, hippopotamus, crocodile, and lion attributes.