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Food For Thought

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Folks who don’t enjoy cooking or who see cooking as a utilitarian act do not understand the satisfaction that is felt by those who see cooking as a creative act. My husband constantly asks me why I’m going to all the “trouble” to fix homemade food for church...
Food For Thought

Food For Thought...

“The question of bread for myself is a material question, but the question of bread for my neighbor is a spiritual question.” Nikolai Berdyaev
Food For Thought: Those Who Plant

Food For Thought: Th...

This quote seems relevant as I head to Cancun on vacation tomorrow. I expect to eat a lot of fresh fruit and other yummy things while there but it seems that I all too often don’t remember those who have contributed to making what we eat possible. I think of those who prepared...
Food For Thought

Food For Thought...

Folks who don’t enjoy cooking or who see cooking as a utilitarian act do not understand the satisfaction that is felt by those who see cooking as a creative act. My husband constantly asks me why I’m going to all the “trouble” to fix homemade food for church...
Food For Thought – Home Is Where the Stove Is

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It seems like no matter how big the party, the majority of the people in attendance will crowd into the kitchen to hang out. Our current home has basically a galley kitchen but a large great room with vaulted ceilings. The galley is actually great for cooking because I can get to...
Food For Thought

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The other night my husband and I went out to dinner with two other couples in the middle of a blizzard and we had a fabulous time! There was something about being out and about when most of the world has stayed in and being in the company of good friends that feeds the soul. Perhaps...
Food for Thought: New Year's Day 2010

Food for Thought: Ne...

Many thanks to my friend, Barbara, for sharing this quote from David Steindl-Rast, OSB on facebook a few days ago. It is a thought provoking statement that can inspire us as each present moment merges into the future . . . that we may “rise to the task of peacemaking . . . without...
Food for Thought

Food for Thought...

“Life expectancy would grow by leaps and bounds if green vegetables smelled as good as bacon.” Doug Larson
Food for Thought

Food for Thought...

Banquet Table “For the millions of us who live glued to computer keyboards at work and TV monitors at home, food may be more than entertainment. It may be the only sensual experience left.” Barbara Ehrenreich, author, social critic
Food for Thought: Special Dinners

Food for Thought: Sp...

Tim & Lynette's Backyard When I’m at Tim and Lynette’s I always feel like I’m on retreat. Dining in their backyard always reminds me of the power of beauty especially in the midst of sharing food and friendship with those I don’t often get to share. My...