Category Archives: Eating

March
18 - 2010

Food Rules 16-18

This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. The first 21 rules fall into a section called, “What Should I Eat? (Eat Food.).” This installment covers rules 16 through 18.

March
16 - 2010

Food Rules 13-15

This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. The first 21 rules fall into a section called, “What Should I Eat? (Eat Food.).” This installment covers rules 13 through 15.

March
11 - 2010

Food Rules – Rules 10-12

This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. The first 21 rules fall into a section called, “What Should I Eat? (Eat Food.).” This installment covers rules 10 through 12.

March
9 - 2010

Food Rules – Rules 7-9

This is my ongoing,11-week series about Michael Pollan’s book, Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual. The first 21 rules fall into a section called, “What Should I Eat? (Eat Food.).” This installment covers rules 7 through 9.

March
4 - 2010
March
2 - 2010
March
2 - 2010
February
1 - 2010
January
11 - 2010
January
5 - 2010

12 Days of Christmas: Pickled Beets

This year I’m celebrating the holidays with a “12 Days of Christmas” series on the abundances of our kitchen and garden. Share your experiences, too, and happy holidays! We’re in the home stretch! On the 11th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … 11 pickled beets 10 cellared squashes 9 candied bacon strips 8 oranges’ peels, candied 7 dozen pounds of pork … and fat to render 6 farm-fresh eggs, 5 daikon pickled for banh mi, 4-some gallons of beer, 3 quarts of applesauce, 2 half-gallons of sauerkraut, and 1 quart of yogurt, homemade.

January
4 - 2010
January
3 - 2010
January
2 - 2010

12 Days of Christmas: Candied Orange Peel

This year I’m celebrating the holidays with a “12 Days of Christmas” series on the abundances of our kitchen and garden. Share your experiences, too, and happy holidays! On the eighth day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … 8 oranges’ peels, candied 7 dozen pounds of pork … and fat to render 6 farm-fresh eggs, 5 daikon pickled for banh mi, 4-some gallons of beer, 3 quarts of applesauce, 2 half-gallons of sauerkraut, and 1 quart of yogurt, homemade.

January
1 - 2010
December
30 - 2009
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28 - 2009
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27 - 2009
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26 - 2009
December
21 - 2009

Cookbook Winner! $3 Meals

My giveaway for Ellen Brown’s delicious cookbook, $3 Meals: Feed Your Family Delicious, Healthy Meals for Less than the Cost of a Gallon of Milk, must have struck during a too-busy holiday season, because those of you who entered had great odds! Nevertheless, one lucky reader will get a little extra holiday gift to help start the New Year cheap (and yummy, and healthy). I used the random number generator at Random.org to pick a winner from all the comments received on that post, and that winner is …

December
10 - 2009