Cherry tomatoes and scotch bonnet peppers from the garden; high protein bread (used both pulp from homemade soy-rice milk and sourdough starter). Gardening and cooking are a grounding practice I am grateful to have.
I woke up sad this morning. I gave a political contribution, sat for meditation, and went out into the garden before going upstairs to work. I’m still sad, but engaged myself in what I was doing for the full day–trying… (READ MORE)
After almost none all summer, now they’re ripening in abundance. I’ll roast and then freeze most of them to eat in the winter. I attended yoga class by zoom this afternoon. We worked on the poses that benefit from attention… (READ MORE)
Beans, okra, cucumber, cherry tomatoes
Although, having been raised as a Quaker and continued to practice as such in adulthood, I do not observe most of the Jewish rituals and holidays. This year I was certain that I at least wanted to bake something traditional… (READ MORE)
Appreciating the absence of fire and flood and holding in the light those in harm’s way.
Today I harvested herbs to dry (lemon balm, mint, rosemary, thyme, sage). I froze a pint of garlic chive blossoms, made a green jerk sauce, a basil-garlic chive pesto–most went into the freezer, the rest I will eat in the… (READ MORE)