Literary Smorgasbord for One

In an unusual take on the culinary memoir, this collection of food essays offers a different viewpoint from the many culinary books and food histories on the shelves these […]

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Preserving the Harvest

(Photo by Elina Mark as part of the Estonian Science Photo Competition courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) So — you’ve grown your own produce or been […]

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Eating from Your Own Backyard

(Photo of Comella Community Garden in Cleveland by Jeff Schuler, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons) One of the newest movements in cooking/eating is obtaining food locally — purchasing foodstuffs […]

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From Soup to Soup

It’s National Soup Month and what better time for soup than in the cold, snowy days of January.  While I was preparing for a program […]

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You Are What You Eat

There are so many reasons to eat healthy, organic sustainable food from small farmers rather than from large conglomerates and the evidence presented in these articles is overwhelming.

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