Monthly Archives: March 2012

Generosity amidst hardship

It’s really easy, during any transition, to go into hunker-down mode.  Almost instinctively we try to save, build reserves, and (dare I say) hoard to make sure we’re protected from storms that could be on the horizon or just around … Continue reading

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The humble loquat

I’ll start by saying that I don’t advocate tasting a plant until you know what it is and are sure it won’t kill you.  I didn’t necessarily take my own advice here, but I’m still alive to tell about it … Continue reading

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I’m not exactly sure how it happened, but a couple of weeks ago we had a glut of potatoes.  We got a ton from our CSA basket and maybe even a bag from a neighbor (?) and I was just tired … Continue reading

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My Journey to Real Food

I think my experience with food as I grew up was pretty common.  I ate what was in front of me.  I didn’t really think about where my food came from or how it wound up on my plate ready … Continue reading

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