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Growing up, I had no desire to eat fig newtons. I didn’t like the way they looked, I was skeptical about the taste. Now, if there were chocolate chip cookies in my vicinity, look out. To see what the hype … Continue reading
Sure, I let the broccoli grow to a point where, by the time I picked it, the head was almost all seed. What happened was, at first I was fascinated to grow broccoli. I mean, I didn’t mistaken the fledgling … Continue reading
Like many people, I love food. I love eating it, talking about it, reading about it… Without getting too philosophical (what’s more eye rolling inducing than waxing philosophical), the consumption of food in its many forms in which I can … Continue reading
I think it’s good to change your diet. Like clothing styles, friendships, your job, eating is serious stuff, and should be taken lightly**, it’s not etched in stone and probably originates in some fashion from long traditions and habits. It’s … Continue reading
Here is another diversity and inclusion via food diversity recipe from the Coro Pittsburgh blog. YUM!
How can we translate and manifest the same willingness to bring into and accept new tastes, aromas and preparatory methods into our lives with other things: learning about a new culture, fostering relationships that are meaningful and deep with people that don’t look like us and do not have a shared experience? Continue reading