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DO MES TIC A n 0 w inte r issue 2010-2011


Th is is th e rst issue ofD om e stica. W e w ant to m ak e a m agazine th at re e cts th e “W ay W e re and th e W ay W e W ante d to Live ”.A sp ontane ous e xp re ssion of th e vision from us and th e contrib utors w e invite d to p arte cip ate .It’s sim p l e for p assion. E njoy W onde rfur L.& Anna Ka


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Season Greetin gs Diction ary Antarctica: - Merry Christmas, Felices Pasquas, Hristos Razdajetsja Argentina: - Feliz Navidad! Australia: - Happy Christmas Austria: - Frohe Weihnachten Bangladesh: - Shuvo Baro Din Belgium: - Zalig Kerstfeest Brazil: - Feliz Natal

Ireland: - Nollaig Shona dhuit Israel: - Mo'adim Lesimkha Italy: - Buon Natale Colombia: - Feliz Navidad para todos Mexico: - Feliz Navidad Croatia: - Sretan Bozic Monaco: - Joyeux Noel Cuba: - Feliz Navidad Morocco: - Mboni Chrismen Czech Republic: - Vesele Vanoce Mozambique: - Boas Festas Denmark: - Glaedelig Jul Netherlands: - Prettige Kerstdagen Norway: - Gledelig Jul Egypt: - Mboni Chrismen Fiji: - Merry Christmas Finland: - Hauskaa Joulua France: - Joyeux Noel

Pakistan: - Bara Din Mubarrak Ho Palau: - Merry Christmas Panama: - Feliz Navidad

Guatemala: - Feliz Navidad Guinea: - Joyeux Noel

Tunisia: - Mboni Chrismen Turkey: - Mutlu Noeller Tamil(Indian) Christmas vazhthukka Zambia: - Happy Christmas Zimbabwe: - Happy Christmas


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A nd there's scarcely enough as there is.For thirty cak es." The k itchen is growing dark .Dusk turns the window into a mirror: our reflections mingle with the rising moon as we work by the fireside in the firelight. A t last, when the moon is quite high, we toss the final hull into the fire and, with joined sighs, watch it catch flame. The buggy is empty, the bowl is brimful. We eat our supper (cold biscuits, bacon, black berry jam) and discuss tomorrow. Tomorrow the k ind of work I lik e best begins: buying.Cherries and citron, ginger and vanilla and canned Hawaiian pine- apple, rinds and raisins and walnuts and whisk ey and oh, so much flour, butter, so many eggs, spices, flavorings: why, we'll need a pony to pull the buggy home. But before these Purchases can be made, there is the question of money. Neither of us has any. Except for sk in- flint sums persons in the house occasionally provide (a dime is considered very big money); or what we earn ourselves from various activities: holding rummage sales, selling buck ets of hand- pick ed black berries, jars of home- made jam and apple jelly and peach preserves, rounding up flowers for funerals and weddings. Once we won seventy- ninth prize, five dollars, in a national football contest. Not that we k now a fool thing about football. It's just that we enter any contest we hear about: at the moment our hopes are centered on the fifty- thousand- dollar Grand Prize being offered to name a new brand of coffee (we suggested "A .M."; and, after some hesitation, for my friend thought it perhaps sacrilegious, the slogan "A .M.! A men!"). To tell the truth, our only really profitable enterprise was the Fun and Freak Museum we conducted in a back - yard woodshed two summers ago.The Fun was a stereopticon with slide views of Washington and New York lent us by a relative who had been to those places (she was furious when she discovered why we'd borrowed it); the Freak was a three- legged biddy chick en hatched by one of our own hens. Every body hereabouts wanted to see that biddy: we charged grown ups a nick el, k ids two cents. A nd took in a good twenty dollars before the museum shut down due to the decease of the main attraction. But one way and another we do each year accumulate Christmas savings, a Fruitcak e Fund. These moneys we k eep hidden in an ancient bead purse under a loose board under the floor under a chamber pot under my friend's bed. The purse is seldom removed from this safe location except to mak e a deposit or, as happens every Saturday, a withdrawal; for on Saturdays I am allowed ten cents to go to the picture show. My friend has never been to a picture show, nor does she intend to: "I'd rather hear you tell the story, Buddy. That way I can imagine it more. Besides, a person my age shouldn't squander their eyes. When the Lord comes, let me see him clear." In addition to never having seen a movie, she has never: eaten in a restaurant, traveled more than five miles from home, received or sent a telegram, read anything except funny papers and the Bible, worn cosmetics, cursed, wished someone harm, told a lie on purpose, let a hungry dog go hungry.Here are a few things she has done, does do: k illed with a hoe the biggest rattlesnak e ever seen in this county (sixteen rattles), dip snuff (secretly), tame hummingbirds (just try it) till they balance on her finger, tell ghost stories (we both believe in ghosts) so tingling they chill you in July, talk to herself, tak e walk s in the rain, grow the prettiest japonicas in town, k now the recipe for every sort of oldtime Indian cure, including a magical wart remover. Now, with supper finished, we retire to the room in a faraway part of the house where my friend sleeps in a scrap- quilt- covered iron bed painted rose pink , her favorite color. Silently, wallowing in the pleasures of conspiracy, we tak e the bead purse from its secret place and spill its contents on the scrap quilt. Dollar bills, tightly rolled and green as May buds. Somber fifty- cent pieces, heavy enough to weight a dead man's eyes. Lovely dimes, the liveliest coin, the one that really jingles. Nick els and quarters, worn smooth as creek pebbles. But mostly a hateful heap of bitter- odored pennies. Last summer others in the house contracted to pay us a penny for every twenty- five flies we k illed. Oh, the carnage of A ugust: the flies that flew to heaven! Yet it was not work in which we took pride. A nd, as we sit counting pennies, it is as though we were back tabulating dead flies.


VINTAGE CHRISTMAS

a tribute to Andy Wharol December 1972


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Home Sweet Home a modern Swedish GingerBread

Gingerbread House Recipe Ingredients 1 cup butter, softened 1 cup brown sugar 1-1/3 cups molasses 4 eggs 8 cups all-purpose flour, divided 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground allspice 1 teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 teaspoon ground ginger 2 pounds confectioners' sugar 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 6 egg whites

Directions 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2. 2.  In a large bowl, cream together the butter and brown sugar until smooth. Stir in the molasses and eggs. Combine 1 1/2 cups of the flour, baking soda, salt, allspice, cloves, cinnamon, and ginger; beat into the molasses mixture. Gradually stir in the remaining flour by hand to form a stiff dough. Divide dough into 2 pieces. 3. 3.  On a lightly floured surface, roll out dough to 1/8 inch thickness. Cut into desired shapes. Place pieces 1 inch apart onto parchment-lined cookie sheets. Refrigerate for 15 minutes. Bake for 8 to 10 minutes in the preheated oven. Cool on baking sheet for 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely. Icing In a medium bowl, sift together confectioners' sugar and cream of tartar. Blend in egg whites. Using an electric mixer on high speed, beat for about 5 minutes, or until mixture is thick and stiff. Keep covered with a moist cloth and plastic wrap until ready to decorate.

Photographed by Olivia Lancaric Arnberg


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