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Nakita does a nail fill tutorial

Nakita joined us last week to do a nail fill tutorial and share tips on how to care for them to avoid nail peeling, lifting and other common problems to keep them in top condition for a 3 week period.

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Kaponata Salad

I personally prefer it eaten cold but the Middle East left a strong influence on the way I prepare my food and still using the same ingredients, I like to break down the cooked eggplant with a fork to make a paste and add it to all the other cooked kapunata ingredients.

This makes it great as a dip or as part of a sharing plate with other fresh salad ingredients.

I finish off this dish with chopped cherry tomatoes and lots of mint.

It is also amazing simply spread on Maltese bread with the fresh tomatoes and mint used as a garnish.

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Maltese Marmurat Tart

Traditionally baked for special celebrations, the Torta tal-Marmurat is not easy to find in local shops. The combination of chocolate, orange marmalade and almonds is without doubt divine.

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Simple Gifts by Ann- Marie Buckle

Ann-Marie Buckle’ I would like to be a musical actress. It would be a dream for me to perform in London’s West End.’

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Eggplant and sweet potato bake

This is a smart and quick kitchen creation and just as delicious served cold with a green leaf salad in the summer. No need to make a sauce. I just used canned chopped tomatoes. Who wants to spend hours in a hot kitchen during Maltese summer months?

Here’s how to make it.

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My lucky makeovers

One of the best things that happened to me last year was to meet Analise who accepted the challenge of being my make up artist and therefore every time I have a show, she is with me from the early hours of the morning, without fail, unless she is doing one of her highly charged obstacle races

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Kenneth Zammit Tabona at The Art Point

A big thank you to Rachel Muscat for the photos of Kenneth Zammit Tabona’s art during Life and Style Weekend.

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Very Easy Vegan Apricot Carrot Cake

This vegan apricot and carrot cake is moist and delicious, one of the easiest and most delicious recipes.

A visit from Professor Jane Somerville

Professor Somerville set up a clinic in Malta which runs from Mater Dei and she visits frequently to train and work with other cardiologists. She is co-founder and President of the Somerville Foundation

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Hand made cards by Marion

Marion Seguna is a very patient lady. Making handmade cards is a form of therapy and relaxation for her.

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Getting to know a most talented harpist

Every performance has its unique experience, whether being as an orchestral or chamber harpist or as a solo performer.

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The abortion question in Malta – Professor Jane Somerville

A total ban on abortion may endanger the life of women.

Professor Jane Somerville explains her views.

She says,

“The abortion question in Malta is a very tricky one. And I understand both sides, of course.’