“Murders and Religion: always a winning combination”

My favorite character is Leonard Finch (Al Weaver), a young homosexual curate – at a time when he still would have gone to jail for it! – who is sent to serve alongside Chambers. Leonard in addition to representing that shred of simplicity and fear of God that will guide his superior in his searches, is also the mirror of all the unfortunates who combine all kinds of things and who like it or not always get into a sea of ​​troubles, troubles which obviously delight the viewer and make the other characters impatient.

Through The Mirror

* Bubble and Squeak
(the recipe is from my English friend, John)

Ingredients for 4 people:

– 500 gr of potatoes
– 2 onions
–  Salt and Pepper To Taste.
– 50 g of butter
– 400 g of Brussels sprouts
– Vegetable oil to taste



Peel and cut the potatoes into cubes, place them in a pot of salted water and let them simmer. Once ready, drain and let it cool.
In the same pan we melt the butter, put the onion cut into slices and let it cook over low heat for 7-8 minutes.
We cook the steamed sprouts separately.
Transfer the potatoes and the sprouts into a bowl, mash everything with a fork and add the butter and onion.
We shape meatballs and fry them at high temperature in a pan with previously heated vegetable oil.

Pancakes are also pleasant cold.

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