A Menu For Hope 2007

It’s coming around to that time of year again–time for Menu For Hope, an event where food bloggers from around the world come together to raise money for the United Nations World Food Program. Conceived and hosted for the past four years by Pim Techamuanvivit, author of Chez Pim. Last year, the event raised over […]

Almost Vegetarian, Vegetarian and Vegan Archives Finished

The work of going through all of my nearly three years worth of posts and adding the relevant ones to the newly created “Recipes: Almost Vegetarian, Vegetarian and Vegan” category is finished. The archives are duly cataloged, and it should be simpler for those looking for straight up vegetarian or vegan recipes or non-vegetarian recipes […]

Aprons Come Out of the Closet

I have recently developed a fascination with aprons. Particularly, vintage aprons like our grandmothers, aunts and mothers used to wear. Something about the myriad colors, shapes and textures of the appeals to me. It is fascinating to me how much time was spent in sewing and decorating an item of clothing whose first purpose is […]

Spreading the Love: Some Links to Share

When I get a chance to run about the net (usually on those days when Kat insists that she must nurse for hours on end), in my virtual travels, I often find new sites to peruse. And today, I decided I wanted to share some with you, because they are really cool, and I think […]

Local Food in the News: Here, There, and Everywhere

Local food has started to really gain the attention not only of alternative media sources such as bloggers, internet publications and niche print publications, but has been picked up by mainstream print publications like Time Magazine, and has become a topic of conversation in the halls of government around the world. Readers with long memories […]

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