Browsing All Posts filed under »Food Stories«

Dinner at Pacific Rim

June 28, 2012

1

When we go on vacation we always go out for one really special dinner.  This year we decided to go to Pacific Rim in downtown Ann Arbor, MI.  We’d never been there before, and weren’t sure exactly what to expect, but the menu looked good so we decided to give a shot. The food was […]

Things I Ate in Ann Arbor

June 28, 2012

1

I’ve been off traveling again, in another great food city.  I ate more meat than usual, mostly because they actually care about sourcing in Ann Arbor, so I can feel comfortable with the treatment these animals received before becoming my dinner.  That said, I’m really enjoying the possibilities presented by weekly CSA pick-ups, so expect […]

Monday

February 28, 2012

2

Today was a busy and exciting day in the realm of food and gardening.  Tonight, after work and a quick stop at the gym, my husband and I enjoyed a very tasty homemade dinner.  We had raw vegetable soup and grilled cheese sandwiches on homemade whole wheat bread.  I don’t know what it is about […]

Yet Another Reason to Garden

November 10, 2011

0

This video shows a talk by Roger Doiron on the importance (and subversiveness) of growing your own food.  It might be tad on the long side, but the information is so interesting and well put that it doesn’t feel long at all.

Adventures in Foraging: Part 2

October 5, 2011

2

Accomplice 1 and I enjoying going out into the “wilderness” seeking edibles.  Our most recent endeavor was the gathering of walnuts, English walnuts to be precise.  It came to our attention that there were a great number of abandoned and heavily laden trees at an undisclosed location in our general area.  As is our tendency, […]

Adventures in Foraging

September 13, 2011

9

Sunday afternoon Accomplice 1 and I went out to do some foraging.  There is a large and apparently unloved apple tree near where we live, and it seemed a shame to let all those apples go to waste.  (Foraging tip, don’t pick right by the side of the road, whatever runs off the road gets […]