Category Archives for Edible Wisdom

The Harvest – Why Produce Was the Least Important Thing I Got from the Farm

I thought I was depressed about the vegetables. Turns out it was something else entirely, and the solution was simple. It starts with showing up. Goodnight, Earth Though I haven’t written much about it this season, long-time readers and Twitter followers may remember that I’ve been working one morning a week as a farm hand […]

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One Last Slice

“You could cry, or die, or just make pies all day. . .” -Patty Griffin Sometimes the reach of an ordinary act of love is astounding. Once in a while, something routine and unremarkable makes a tremendous impact. On occasion, the mundane is transformed into something priceless. All it takes is a little sentiment, a […]

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Wisdom in a Whoopie Pie

Sometimes simple is best. Often, less is more. These are important life lessons that are easy to forget. But once in a while, the universe reminds us in the strangest ways. Sometimes, wisdom comes in the form of decadent, creamy brilliance packed between a pair of domed, luscious cakes. An Unexpected Treat I hadn’t thought […]

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The Drink of Gods and Champions?

This weekend American Gods, based on the acclaimed novel by Neil Gaiman, will air its long-awaited premiere on STARZ.  To celebrate, I’ll be raising a glass of mead. For those unfamiliar with the novel, the premise is awesome; each time a group of people have come to America, they’ve brought their Gods with them.  Even […]

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