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Refrigerate until chilled. Transfer to a freezer container and freeze overnight. To make the roasted pineapple: If cooking outdoors, heat a charcoal grill over medium heat.

Pour the water into a saucepan, add the sugar, and heat over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until the sugar dissolves.

Pour into a deep roasting pan just large enough to hold the pineapple. Slice off the bottom and top of the pineapple.

Remove the skin and trim out the eyes. Lay the pineapple in the syrup and turn to soak all sides. If cooking outdoors, grill the pineapple slowly, turning to brown all sides. Occasionally dunk it in the syrup to baste, using tongs to turn it over in the syrup.


The pineapple should be tender in about 1 hour. If cooking indoors, lay the pineapple on its side in a roasting pan and bake until it is tender all the way through and very juicy but still holds its shape, about 1 hour.

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Joe Geraghty is used to struggling from one case to the next, barely making the rent on his small office in the Old Town of Hull. Invited by a local businessman to investigate a member of his staff's absenteeism, it's the kind of surveillance work that Geraghty and his small team have performed countless times.

The case soon becomes anything but routine when Jennifer Murdoch is found bleeding to death in her bed, Geraghty quickly finds himself trapped in the middle of a police investigation which stretches back to the days when the city had a thriving fishing industry.

As the woman's tangled private life begins to unravel, the trail leads Geraghty to local gangster-turned-respectable businessman, Frank Salford, a man with a significant stake in the city's regeneration plans.

Still haunted by the death of his wife in a house fire, it seems the people with the answers Geraghty wants are the police and Salford, both of whom want his co-operation for their own ends.

With everything at stake, some would go to any length to get what they want, Geraghty included. Broken Dreams is the first urban thriller from Hull based writer ,Nick Quantrill, featuring private detective Joe Geraghty.

With a believable lead character, who proves time and time again during the course of the story that he is just a normal guy, this novel is an example of the best type of realism in British crime fiction.

You could throw me into prison, cut off my arms and legs and you will find me in the morning with a pen in my mouth writing on the floor.

Collected here for the first time are selected letters from the private correspondence of one of Australia's most loved authors, Kate Llewellyn The Waterlily , A Fig at the Gate. Written with her distinctive ardour and enthusiasm, skipping some words, shortening others, she discusses poetry, art, sex and gardening with painters and writers.

Kate Llewellyn's letters brim with energy and humour. Editors Ruth Bacchus and Barbara Hill have sifted through decades of correspondence to produce a volume which reveals her life and work, and the result is a joy to read: Praise for First Things First: Even when Kate is in despair, she describes her despair with gusto - as in her accounts of the deplorable behaviour of the men in her life, or her descriptions of a dreadful experience she once had as a writer in residence, left alone by the organisers to spend days and days being hungry, lonely, uncomfortable, bewildered and cold.

What comes across in these accounts is the durability of two things that Kate has in abundance: Passages that are breathtakingly revealing. These letters have the reader peeking into Kate's life to see her as funny, vulnerable, weary and energetic. A must read for fans of Llewellyn.

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Her PhD explored ways for Western feminism to view satis Hindu women who burn on the funeral pyres of their husbands. She now teaches literature, creative writing and politics at CSU.

Her research interests are in the area of learning and teaching. She is an enthusiastic, though somewhat unmethodical, gardener.What's this? Arrange the slices of pionono on the hot surface, spaced well apart cook in batches if necessary , and grill for about a minute, until nicely marked on the bottom.

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