· Blackout Tuesday is over and you have posted your black square – now be prepared for the real hard work →
I’ve been quiet for about a year, but I’m so angry and I have the ability – and people are looking to me – to turn up the heat in the UK.
· Nigel Slater’s recipe for chicken with marsala and crème fraîche →
Keeping the heat fairly low so that the butter bubbles lazily, leave the chicken breasts to cook for 10 minutes.
· Sudan protesters rally one year after bloody crackdown →
“We came out today in the searing heat, despite fears of the coronavirus spread, to commemorate them and to keep their memory alive in our hearts,” said one of the protesters, Mohamed Haydoub.
· We need new ways to listen to Indigenous voices →
Amid the heat of US protests sparked by the tragic killing of George Floyd, the commission’s calm and measured recommendations on how to design, implement and evaluate programs to actually improve the lives of Indigenous Australians in measurable ways lands with a reassuring thud.
· S. Korean health authorities caution people against heat-related illness →
SEOUL, June 3 (Yonhap) -- South Korea's public health authorities on Wednesday warned people about the dangers of illnesses related to hot weather as the country issued its first special heat wave report.
· Beware rushing to conclusions about which policies are best for defeating coronavirus →
Take two samples, heat one but not the other, and observe the results.
· AirAsia cuts pilot salaries by 40% for May, June as aviation continues to face coronavirus heat →
Tata Group and AirAsia Ltd JV AirAsia India has imposed salary cuts for its pilots by an average 40% as the aviation business continues to face heat from coronavirus pandemic.
· How to make caesar salad – recipe →
At least 20 minutes before you want to eat, heat the oven and a large baking sheet to 200C (180C fan)/390F/gas 6.
The New York Times
· Cameras Didn't Save George Floyd. They Can't Stop Police Brutality. →
One problem is that video is often open to interpretation — where critics of the police see clear brutality, jurors who are inclined to give police officers the benefit of the doubt may excuse as sins actions in the heat of the moment.
The New York Times
· The Vegetables Have Been Planted. Now What? →
There will soon be vacancies, as some crops — those that are quick to mature or don’t tolerate heat well, or both — pass their prime.