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It keeps the body warm in the sub-zero temperatures,” says Murtaza, 27, a dry fruit and saffron trader, as he dip his roti into the steaming stew. Then the meat and a combination of spices are mixed in.Have a plate and you will be warm throughout the day, adds Sibtain Hussain, whose father Naseer Ahmed owns the eatery. The mix is left in a closed vessel over a fire, overnight, to be opened only at 3 am, when it is further mashed until it is a fine paste again.Murtaza’s friend Mubashir Farooq, 20, a student, swallows a mouthful and grins, “Without harissa, the Kashmiri winter is incomplete.”Turning it up The other two elements without which winter is incomplete — and would be unbearable — for Kashmiris is the traditional overcoat or pheran, and the kangri or firepot held underneath it.Worn by men and women, the pheran is quintessential Kashmiri winter attire, though its design is undergoing transformations to make it more fashionable, and enable it to be worn outside the home and in the office.It seems no-one is safe from the crooked builder's deadly rampage, with several favourites seemingly about to be slashed in what appears to be a massive Autumn bloodbath. Andy Carver (Oliver Farnworth)Probably the most obvious choice – Andy has seen the full brunt of Phelan's villainy after he was kept captive by the rogue businessman.After several noble escape attempts, and promising a vow of silence on his horrifying ordeal, Pat agreed he would let the waiter go free.
The paste should be very fine.”Each plate of harissa is garnished with a pour of boiling mustard oil and pieces of kebab and minced meat.And the only item on their menu is harissa — which, incidentally, is believed to have its origins in central Asia.A small plate costs Rs 50, a large serving, double that; and each helping comes with complimentary Kashmiri rotis.“Every winter, my friends and I have harisa at least once or twice a week, for breakfast.But it seems like Phelan's gone back on his promise, with Andy saying the his situation won't have a happily ever after. Daniel Osbourne (Rob Mallard)Dan's new job as a newshound sees him sniffing around Pat, and slowly starting to uncover his decidedly dodgy history.Pat issues a threat to the eager reporter, telling him in the explosive Autumn trailer: "You continue to poke your nose into out business, I will hurt you,"Will curiosity kill the cat and see Daniel meet a sticky end? Gary Windass (Mikey North)Having previously feuded with the Windass clan back in 2014, relations are set to go south once again after Gary secretly starts dating Phelan's daughter Nicola. Nicola Rubinstein (Nicola Thorp)Not even Phelan's own flesh and blood is safe from his deadly rampage, with the dramatic Autumn trailer seeing the crooked businessman lose it in front of his daughter, screaming at her to "get out of his face". Anna Windass (Debbie Rush)In the most dramatic scenes of the new trailer, viewers see Anna Windass go for Pat with a hammer.
When asked how Gary knew the brunette beauty, Gary spills the beans on the relationship, asking if there was a problem. Does he have a guilty conscience, or is she next in the firing line? Seb Franklin (Harry Visinoni)The Autumn trailer sees Windass matriarch Anna land an impressive smack on the apprentice's cheek after a heated row sees him tell her that "he doesn't want her and he doesn't need her."But after Seb is hospitalised after falling off a ladder (with Pat heavily implying he was pushed), Phelan takes the opportunity to whisper a few threats in the unconscious workman's ear."Anna Windass wants you dead," he said. In the next scene, she's seen lying on the floor, spitting at the villain: "You can go to hell,"Undeterred, he replied, "After you,"He's then seen loading a gun. Coronation Street continues on Monday, Wednesday and Friday on ITV.