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More food in China

Since I did some of the cliche food pictures in previous post I’ll continue with a few more from that same trip. One of the surprising things, to me, was the attention paid for presentation in the nicer restaurants in … Continue reading

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Something entirely different

I know that some social media sites are clogged with pictures of food, usually mundane “what I had for lunch today” shots, so this will be my contribution to that “art form”. But relax I only have a few of … Continue reading

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Bread is our most amazing invention

I’ve had this blog for seven years and have gone through a variety of topic focus. One was my period of learning how to bake bread. It was a lot of fun. I’d never done it before and I’d always … Continue reading

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Learning languages – 2

About one year and a half ago I became fascinated with the idea of going to Spain and walking (some) of the Camino de Santiago. I am also interested in food. So I began to study food vocabulary from menus … Continue reading

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Learning language

I haven’t made many posts in this post because I’d moved on to other things, mostly my blog on menus and food in Spain. So I’ll do a brief update. I started this blog because I had to leave my … Continue reading

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Wave of the future?

While doing the previous post I saw more articles, in search at the New Yorker, and stumbled on this¬†article¬†that tweaked my interest – What a “vertical” farm and in Wyoming (Jackson, of course, where the rich are). While I’m all … Continue reading

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Excellent article: bread and gluten

This is a really good article, Against the Grain, in The New Yorker, by Michael Specter, especially as his book Denialism: How Irrational Thinking Hinders Scientific Progress, Harms the Planet, and Threatens Our Lives is one of my favorites; big … Continue reading

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