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A long day behind the wheel … … taking in Colorado’s changing colors … … gives a girl quite the appetite. Advertisements
In 1975, the average American went on five picnics. This past year, the average American went on two picnics. That’s a 60% decrease in outdoor, communal, cole-slaw-based dining. Just something to think about as we move into summer.
There’s a band out there that calls itself the Afro Celt Sound System. Founded by members of the Pogues (the sometimes folk, sometimes pop, sometimes punk Celtic band), they blend Irish melodies with West African rhythms to create an always … Continue reading
As always, an interesting and thought-provoking piece from Michael Pollan. Rules to Eat By My favorite: Don’t eat egg salad from a vending machine. Here at the Training Table, we have our own kitchen manifesto, as you can see if … Continue reading
From this Sunday’s New York Times Magazine: Out of the Kitchen, Onto the Couchby Michael Pollan An interesting look at the relationship between cooking and eating. Read it now, discussion to follow.