I am deeply grateful that I can soothe myself with food. I made basil, garlic chive pesto last summer when the garden was at its height and froze some (before adding cheese). The sourdough starter needs to be used at… (READ MORE)
A minor upside of global climate change. Fresh mint and lemon balm for tea in mid-winter.
Instead of making intentions that quite possibly are influenced by the capitalist patriarchy, I invite you to ask yourself what is your purpose, who you are, what strengths you have to serve the collective, what is your svadharma and what… (READ MORE)
I wanted a plateful of cookies. To have that required sharing cookies with neighbors. I still have some left. If you’re a neighbor, let me know if you want some. In writing about cookies and sharing with neighbors, I think… (READ MORE)
Because I knew yesterday, when it was bright and warm and lovely, that I would really appreciate a warm and homely breakfast, as I listened to the wintry rain falling.
They still taste pretty green even after they turn red. But I had to bring them inside.
I practiced, including a Zoom class led by my friend Suzanne Lynch, I asked for help, I expressed appreciation to various friends and colleagues, I went out into the garden at lunchtime, made several more donations, and sat under the… (READ MORE)