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January 21, 2013: Here There Be Dragons

I suppose, all in all, I have had my few brave moments. I did manage to get the “highest initials in the oak tree” (our childhood game/challenge) when I was a younger. 828 more words

East Meets West

December 05, 2012: "Jiro..." Revisited

Back in April, I mentioned a movie that had just come out that I thought readers should be aware of: “Jiro Dreams of Sushi.” Going to movies (and other luxuries) have not been part of my life plan for a while now, due to a… 857 more words

East Meets West

August 27, 2012: Taste there is just no...

Call me “radical” ‘diplomatic” “bi-polar” or even just plain “odd,” but I love the alternative perspective. The concept that the ideas and things that I accept as a truth (or rather, the… 1,258 more words

Eating Healthy

May 22, 2012: Meditations on the Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo #2

“…when we consider how small, after all, the cup of human enjoyment is, how soon overflowed with tears, how easily drained to the dregs in our quenchless thirst for infinity..meanwhile let us have a sip of tea. 50 more words

East Meets West

May 03, 2012: Meditations on the Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo #1

“In my young days I praised the master whose pictures I liked, but as my judgement matured I praised myself for liking what the master had chosen to have me to like.” 17 more words

East Meets West

April 25, 2012: "Jiro Dreams of Sushi"

Not a review here, as I haven’t seen it yet, just what looks to be a fine recommendation from a friend (thanks, Mark) for all the foodies out there, lovers of perfection, Japanese culture, and sushi. 98 more words

Culinary Arts

April 06, 2012: The Origins of Taste

I am fascinated by origins. The wheres and hows of  a thing or it’s behavior characteristics I find intriguing beyond measure. The most fascinating to me is human behavior. 1,489 more words

Food As A Philosophy