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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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Book Review: The 28-Day Gout Diet Plan

The 28-Day Gout Diet Plan:  The Optimal Nutrition Guide To Manage Gout, by Sophia Kamveris It may be a bit bold, if not presumptuous, of me to say so, but this book is not an optimal nutrition guide when it … Continue reading

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My First Senior Discount

Last night I went out to eat with some very familiar company and we ate at a place that I haven’t eaten at in a while.  The meal itself went well, the conversation was enjoyable and the food was tasty.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Appalachian Cooking

Appalachian Cooking:  New & Traditional Recipes, by John Tullock One of the lesser known parts of my background is that I was born to a farming family in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains in Western Pennsylvania and that my … Continue reading

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Book Review: Victuals

Victuals, by Ronni Lundy The title of this book should be pronounced “vittles,” and this book is a very fascinating effort at someone to attempt to signal that the writer belongs to a given community while also seeking to subvert … Continue reading

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On The Logistics Of The Chicken Wars

As I have made clear on several occasions, I am very fond of beefs between competing restaurants [1].  Earlier this week social media (or at least that portion of it I was paying attention to) was filled with a great … Continue reading

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