Slow Food USA has a cool challenge going on…

I LOVE the reasoning/premise of the Slow Food USA Challenge that happens Sept. 17: it’s a challenge to gather with friends and/or family and cook a meal that costs less than $5 per person. The idea is that slow food doesn’t have to cost more than fast food – and shouldn’t! There’s no need for […]

Cooked up on September 7, 2011

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Goodies from the Library

I can’t believe I didn’t already know about this book, but I stumbled upon it thanks to a great feature of the Multnomah County Library called “Lucky Day” where they try to promote popular reads. I am so excited to start reading this! Though, it will be a lot of bad news. It makes me […]

Cooked up on August 29, 2011

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Our food philosophy

As I was writing the tags for the a post the other day a thought occurred to me – so far, not much meat has been cooked on this blog. I’ve used the tag “vegetarian” many times and “vegan” a few, but the reason we eat the way we do is more complex, and primarily […]

Cooked up on July 30, 2011

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