I did something terrible today. I seemingly judged another person’s food choices in the checkout aisle at Shaw’s.
The other day, I read an article questioning the virtues of coconut oil and its alleged positive impact on cholesterol levels. Today I see the op-ed about the butter in the New York Times. I recently discovered with soy we run the risk of consuming GMOs.
It was a busy Easter Sunday and people filtered past the door, glancing in at our private party. Eventually, we noticed, people were taking more than glances. Some were openly staring at Dick “heart problems” Cheney in his private room smoking like Morton Downey Jr.
With all the crazy rain and snow last night, I wanted to cook something cozy. What I wanted was pot roast and cheesy scalloped potatoes. What I cooked was an entirely vegan risotto with pescetarian scallops.
As outdoor farmers markets around Maine start creeping their way back to their summer schedules, I notice Strolling of the Heifers’ annual Locavore Index lists Vermont as the number one place to eat local. Second place? Maine. Vermont is lovely. But that state can suck it. Sure, if Vermont showed up at a party, I’d […]
I’ve been pretty clear over the years that skiing is my favorite outdoor activity. I’m not all that great at it–I can’t keep up with most of my friends and I don’t pretend that I can. I used to pretend. In fact, when I learned to ski at the ripe old age of 19, I […]