Monthly Archives: March 2016

Old-Fashioned Cooking: Desperation Pie

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In this modern-day-take-it-out-of-the-freezer-and shove-it-in-the-microwave world, we often lose sight of what real food tastes like. Not too surprising, when you look at the ingredient lists on most prepared foods. Many so-called foods have more chemicals than food ingredients. I figure … Continue reading

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Bringing In the Seeds

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I am not a shopper; that gene passed me by — probably because my sister got a double share. Unlike many females, I could care less about having a closet full of shoes (I have two pairs: one for ranch … Continue reading

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Feeding the World

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“US Farmers Feed the World!” As a slogan, it’s catchy. From the standpoint of soil, environmental and ecological health, it’s pretty darned stupid. Ask yourself a few basic questions: First, why should any country be considered responsible for feeding another … Continue reading

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