Category Archives: about food

On Saying Little and Thinking Much

Just lately I have been thinking about how I have a lot to say.  Or at least I think I have a lot to say, which is a different animal all together.  But where to say it?  Then I remembered … Continue reading

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A Short Restaurant Review and a Little Ditty on Bad Service

My mom, my sister, and I have a little tradition: once a year we have dinner out together at a fine restaurant during First Bite Boulder week.  (www.firstbiteboulder.com)  Each year we choose somewhere we haven’t been together, that has a … Continue reading

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Beets

There are few vegetables that get as much negative press and hatred as beets (okra and eggplant might share top billing with beets).  I must admit that I was once of the haters.  Beets seemed a food that only old … Continue reading

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On Life With Food

In some cultures times of great import, life-cycle events, are marked by drink.  In some they are marked by fasting or gift giving or chanting.  In mine they are marked by food.  The factors that shape my personal culture are … Continue reading

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Fresh Bread and Chick Pea Stew, Oh My

Putting vegetables into every possible dish is a popular theme these days.  It is also a good idea.  I am a big proponent of maximizing consumption of fruits and vegetables.  So, in such an effort here are two recipes that … Continue reading

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