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Corn Comforts and Satiates

Corn Comforts and Satiates

In this time of unending COVID and election stories, I ache for a sense of normalcy and certainty. Turning to comfort food satiates and satisfies. Creating a giant pot of minestrone soup with the last morsels of summer produce blended with the August canned tomato...

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Being Grounded

Being Grounded

We live in uncomfortable, uncertain times. As November 3rd approaches, the stress meter increases daily. With COVID-19, racial injustice tension, economic uncertainty, and the most contested election in my lifetime, the need for calm and centering is so needed. Love...

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Pivoting in the Food System During COVID

Pivoting in the Food System During COVID

Summer is my favorite food season. It's the season of fruits and vegetables I crave. We are at peak season right now. Freshly picked corn, luscious peaches dripping with sweetness, tomatoes-green stripes, dark chocolate, yellow pear and cherry red, and more-all juicy...

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EastWest Food Rescue in the Time of COVID

EastWest Food Rescue in the Time of COVID

Food,  after water, is the key to life. For most of us it's easy to get food by visiting our local grocery store, shopping at the Farmer's Market, perhaps doing an occasional COSTCO run or growing a garden of fresh herbs and tomatoes. We do not know what it is...

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