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writing is the healing place and space.

I stare at her text, eyes filling with tears.

“Writing is the work for you and me,” she writes. “That is the healing place and space.” 380 more words

Prune's Perfect Pan-Roasted Trout

Be forewarned: There’s serious fat in this dish.

A full cup of butter and olive oil (which is half of what the original recipe called for). 487 more words


A Good Book is Like a Meal

Whether it’s a food memoir, a collection of essays or a nice novel, a great food book entertains me on several levels. My appetite is piqued, I learn something, I appreciate all the hard work that goes into a meal or a restaurant or a career and sometimes I’m even inspired to get in the kitchen. 397 more words

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The frugal kitchen: Making the most out of 'waste'

Is it better to buy local, or organic? Did the pig who provided the bacon for my BLT suffer miserably? Are GMOs always bad? What’s in this dish soap? 1,734 more words


VIDEO | "Yams" @JibriHashim @ComPL3Xx

Hashim and ComPL3Xx return with the video for the dope “Yams”, which was premiered at TheREDEFINED. It’s shot in two different locations, as the two live in different states, so Hashim’s verse is in sunny California while Com’s is in snowy Michigan. 31 more words


Ottolenghi's Stuffed Grape Leaves and The Importance of Suckitude

I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching lately. I recently saw this video of NPR host and producer Ira Glass, wherein he is speaking about storytelling and sharing about how long it takes to become good at something. 2,563 more words


Holiday Gifts for Foodies - Day 10, Books for Cooks

I love my kindle but as far as I am concerned, cookbooks must be hardcover. The stained and splattered pages speak to my efforts to add a new recipe to my repertoire as often as I can. 367 more words

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