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Have an American meal on this Independence Day–chips and salsa, pizza, hamburger–it’s a big table with room for everyone.
Examining how we use words, in this case “food desert,” makes us see people and places in new ways–more complex and complete. In this book, Ashante Reese examines a single DC neighborhood and finds agency in food that might otherwise … Continue reading
I’ve conditioned myself to believe that almonds are a completely delicious snack, and that they don’t taste like paper or get stuck in the back of my mouth. Jake Tapper Stop gnawing on almonds and get out the butter! And … Continue reading
Well, between Scotch and nothin’, I suppose I’d take Scotch. It’s the nearest thing to moonshine I can find. William Faulkner The distillers in this book are making liquors that are far more sophisticated than moonshine, but like moonshine, are … Continue reading
I do 45 minutes of cardio five days a week, because I like to eat. I also try for 45 minutes of muscular structure work, which is toning, realigning and lengthening. If I’m prepping for something or I’ve been eating … Continue reading
Edna Lewis is an inspiration–or should be more of one. She pursued her talents and beliefs, from dressmaking to politics, whether they fit expectations or not. She valued and drew on her rural, self-sufficient childhood in a community of free … Continue reading
Carve a ham as if you were shaving the face of a friend. Henri Charpentier For a Yankee like me, there is a mystique surrounding Southern ham. Are they all cured and smoked and salty? Do you soak it and … Continue reading