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Adventures In Logistics: Coronavirus Edition

I have long puzzled over and been intrigued by problems of logistics, and even in times like these logistics proves to be among the most important aspects of our lives.  Today I would like to examine some of the ways … Continue reading

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On The Asymmetry Of Predator Love: Part One

It is remarkable that I know of no word in any language that deals with the phenomenon of predator-love.  Yet the phenomenon is something that we all understand at least viscerally.  Human beings are perhaps the only predatory species that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Weightwatchers Ultimate Chicken Cookbook

Weightwatchers Ultlimate Chicken Cookbook, by Weightwatchers It is perhaps unsurprising that I would find this book to be a bit wanting, though I have to say that there was something a bit entertaining in looking at this book and trying … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ultimate Chicken Cookbook

The Ultimate Chicken Cookbook, by Taste Of Home I must admit that this book disappointed me considerably.  To put it very bluntly, this book is not the ultimate chicken cookbook by any stretch of the term.  At least according to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Great Chicken Cookbook

The Great Chicken Cookbook:  Over 230 Simple, Delicious Recipes For Every Occasion, by Reader’s Digest This is a rare cookbook that lives up to its claims to be a great cookbook.  Before reading this book recently, I was already familiar … Continue reading

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Book Review: Storey’s Guide To Raising Meat Goats

Storey’s Guide To Raising Meat Goats:  Managing, Breeding, Marketing, by Maggie Sayer This is an interesting book, at least for those who have some interest in animal husbandry, that suggests to the financially-minded goat breeder that there can be some … Continue reading

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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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