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Trece Receitas Com Vegetais

Since I was a child, I have been deeply interested in odd titles that would lead to odd works.  The title of this particular essay, for example, springs from my Portuguese lessons where over and over again Duolingo asks for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Microgreens: How To Grow Nature’s Own Superfood

Microgreens:  How To Grow Nature’s Own Superfood, by Fionna Hill When you strip away the hype of a book like this, there is still something worthwhile to enjoy, and that’s what makes a book like this enjoyable even if the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Microgreens: A Guide To Growing Nutrient-Packed Greens

Microgreens:  A Guide To Growing Nutrient-Packed Greens, by Eric Franks & Jasmine Richardson This book is almost 200 pages long and is one of two books I have read recently on the subject of microgreens and why the authors think … Continue reading

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Book Review: Vegetable Gardening For Washington And Oregon

Vegetable Gardening For Washington And Oregon, by Marianne Binetti & Laura Peters One of the trickier matters of dealing with gardening is turning advice about gardening that is written for large and even international audiences into practical advice on how … Continue reading

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The Dingo Ate My Thanksgiving Scraps

There are some good things about being a bit out of touch with what is going on in the outside world on a day like this.  For example, I missed seeing a pop singer who had unsuccessfully tried to clown … Continue reading

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Book Review: Feast Of Legends: Rise From The Deep Freeze

Feast Of Legends:  Rise From The Deep Freeze, by Wendy’s I am by no means unfamiliar with reviewing culture that springs from the desire to support a corporate brand, and Wendy’s is no stranger to this game in particular [1].  … Continue reading

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The Unquenchable Thirst

During the Feast of Tabernacles, it became increasingly obvious to me that I was feeling far more dehydrated than normal.  Now, it should be noted that I tend to drink a lot of water, and this has been true for … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Trappa’s Bar And Restaurant

Trappa’s Bar And Restaurant, English Harbor, Antigua After the Day of Atonement ended about 6PM or so, my mother and stepfather and I had planned to go eat at the chicken restaurant that was at the end of the street, … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Antigua Yacht Club Restaurant

Antigua Yacht Club Restaurant, English Harbor, Antigua If you are, say, in English Harbor on the eve of the Day of Atonement and looking for a place to eat before sunset, your options are limited.  Specifically, they are limited to … Continue reading

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Book Review: Edible Landscaping

Edible Landscaping:  Now You Can Have Your Gorgeous Garden And Eat It Too, by Rosalind Creasy When the author first wrote about edible gardening, it was apparently a rare idea for people who were interested in gardening to think about … Continue reading

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