The Guardian: Weekend

Saturday February 16 2008

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    Weekend comment & features p10

  • Q&A;

    Fay Weldon, 76, author

    Weekend comment & features p12

  • American psyche

    To conclude our discussion of poetry, let's look at what we poets call "free verse" in which stifling conventions are abandoned

    Weekend comment & features p16

  • I have Alice In Wonderland syndrome

    Experience: Walking down the road, parked cars appeared the size of Corgi models. At work my chair seemed enormous while I seemed to have shrunk

    Weekend comment & features p22

  • Chloë's world

    Whether choosing film roles or designing fashion, Chloë Sevigny has always followed her own quirky sense of style. But now she's ready for the big time, she tells Ryan Gilbey

    Weekend comment & features p32

  • What really happens when you die?

    It's not something we like to talk about much. We may know our local funeral parlour, but do we know what really goes on there? Or what an embalmer actually does? Or how long a cremation takes, and how it works? Rebecca Atkinson and Sarah Tavner talk to the people who handle us after death

    Weekend comment & features p75

  • One-piece in our time

    Jess Cartner-Morley: Here I am, wearing a garment I have always thought best reserved for cleaning out drains or doing pottery
  • Fly in the ointment

    Alexis Petridis: This week, a cautionary tale. It involves pomade
  • The measure

    What's hot and what's not this week

    Weekend comment & features p78

  • Ginger winner

    Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall: It's the second week of our bid to brighten up the February kitchen, and this time we're using a spice that works in savoury and sweet dishes alike

    Weekend comment & features p81

  • Source it

    Ginger

    Weekend comment & features p85

  • The new vegetarian

    Yotam Ottolenghi's ultimate winter coucous
  • How to bake

    Dan Lepard: Sesame, date and ginger biscuits

    Weekend comment & features p86

  • Restaurant review

    Matthew Norman: If ever a single dish captured to microcosmic perfection the essence of an entire meal, that dish was the Kerala seafood broth at Quilon
  • A little place I know

    Dave Myers: From the Comfort Food Company to Tuk's Thai food stall
  • Restaurant review

    Matthew Norman: If ever a single dish captured to microcosmic perfection the essence of an entire meal, that dish was the Kerala seafood broth at Quilon

    Weekend comment & features p89

  • Sweet somethings

    Victoria Moore: Language is unhelpful when it comes to describing sweetness in a wine

    Weekend comment & features p91

  • Doctor, doctor

    Dr Tom Smith answers your questions
  • Tango v salsa

    Chris Moss weighs up the pros and cons of the two dances

    Weekend comment & features p93

  • This column will change your life

    Oliver Burkeman: It goes without saying that many self-help books fail to deliver what they promise. But there's a special subgroup that promises things you wouldn't want in the first place

    Weekend comment & features p96

  • Confidence tricks

    Fashion designers know all about the laws of aesthetics - from structure to strong colour. So what ideas can the rest of us steal from their homes?

    Weekend comment & features p103

  • Space solves

    Trouble with white fluff in a dark wash | Hunting for a drop-leaf table | Does my old quilt still exist?

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