Posts in the Category: FOOD JOURNAL

This will also be a bit of a salute to our very special pals in Melbourne, Australia, who love the gorgeous orange globes as much as I do. Since Old Dog Farm is smack in the middle of pumpkin paradise — tons of them are raised in the area — it’s easy to find lots   

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Oh, pals, forgive me for a small lapse in posting. This is an extremely busy time even for candy-ass, wannabe farmers like us. All the pears came off our two trees this week. Last week, most of the apples from three trees were harvested. Five trees, you’re saying? You call that a harvest? Well, ok,   

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How ironic is it that the most nutritious, most magically healthful food you can eat grows wild all over the place. In July and August, blackberries are everywhere, sweet and earthy and as lovely as blue-black pearls. What I love most about picking my own is that it’s always a great reminder of one of   

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We do lots of talking, here and elsewhere about “bad” food and “good” food. We all put so much — too much — emotion around eating wrong and eating right, almost as if we were trying to replace our puritanical zeal for pure souls with the same passion for pure foods, pure bodies. I want   

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