There are still a lot of good gourds about, and here is one way to keep ’em interesting. Roast pumpkin slices with olive oil, bay, thyme, salt & pepper. Pop into the blender with good chicken stock, some sauteed onion and garlic, lime juice and rind and tahini. Season. Fry sliced chorizo on both sides and then splash sherry vinegar into the pan to caramelise the sausage. A nice big dollop of creme fraiche, smoked paprika and go…
posted on 20th December 2010 by Stefan Chmelik
Provocative Therapy: It can be fun
I had a lot of fun in those sessions, I felt they were very enjoyable - the lightness and laughter of it made touching on uncomfortable and painful issues easier, and the benevolence you bring to the process (aka Unconditional Positive Regard) was palpable. I could see how the strange mental-emotional convolutions that happen when experiencing the inner friction set up by the provocations would over time promote real change.