Meatless Monday: Ratatouille

One of my goals in writing this blog has always been to educate anyone I can reach with my words on how to cook delicious food in their own kitchens, food that is as good or better than what can be found in restaurants. I personally believe that cooking whole, fresh foods in our kitchens […]

Beans, Beans, The Magical Fruit!

Let’s get beans and make some soup! Actually, that isn’t how that little ditty goes. The more traditional words to the rhyme go thusly: Beans, beans, the magical fruit! The more you eat, the more you toot! The more you toot, the better you feel, So eat some beans at every meal! I learned the […]

Our Documentary Has a Real Title

Filming on our food documentary has paused briefly this week while Dan finishes up some design work for a local non-profit organization, so I’m taking the time to do some administrative and writing work on the project. You know, work that doesn’t require the knowledge of how to work a huge expensive video camera! Last […]

I Say Tomayto, You Say Tomahto…

But however you pronounce it, tomatoes are among American’s favorite garden vegetables. I adore them, myself. But only ones grown in the summer, in gardens, locally. Those tomato-shaped and vaguely tomato-scented things in the grocery store that are as hard as baseballs and vibrantly colored as as insipid and watery in flavor as they ever […]

Finding Food Wherever You Are

Leave it to me to find food wherever I go. That’s the thought that ran through my mind as I was playing with Kat in the golden shallows of Lake Winnipesaukee at my in-laws’ home in rural New Hampshire. No, I hadn’t seen a fish and thought it. Well, we had seen fish–minnows which were […]

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