Tag Archives: food

Curry and rice, with a dash of injustice

I’m thinking a lot about food lately. Often my food consumption goes without a lot of thought, such as a quick run to the local Subway for a sandwich which I can mindlessly eat at my desk while I read … Continue reading

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What’s a beignet?

If you’ve wondered about those perfectly puffy New Orleans delicacies, the food blog One Perfect Bite, has the full scoop. The writer politely asked to use one of my photos of Cafe du Monde, the iconic coffee shop where the … Continue reading

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Is America Too Stupid to Cook?

I learned to cook from watching–and later asking questions of–my mother and grandmothers, all excellent cooks.  That, and a lot of trial-and-error.  I’m no ‘gore-may’, but I can hold my own in the kitchen, and I’m certainly not lacking in … Continue reading

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Taking a sympathy scoop

“Prodigal Jon” writes a blog called Stuff Christians Like, and it’s full of snarky humor pointed at the things that modern Christianity seems attached to.  It’s written lovingly from a believer’s point of view, but still manages to deconstruct those … Continue reading

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Summer pearls

One of the things I love best about living in Ohio is the abundance of wonderful sweet corn this time of year. I’ve had some so sweet and good this year that butter and salt are an afterthought. I’ll eat … Continue reading

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Clementines

Most of these sweet gems come from Spain, and each year I look forward to buying a little crate of Clementines. They start appearing in the grocery store in mid-autumn, but they’re at their best in December and January. Because … Continue reading

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