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H.R. 525 is too early

H.R. 525 is too early

When thinking about a humanitarian crisis, it’s important to know that there is nothing today, yesterday or tomorrow, standing in the way of American farmers providing assistance to Cuba anytime the need arises. Cuba has been reasonably wise in dealing with its resources and the natural limits and dangers imposed...

Learning about water treatment from Israel

Learning about water treatment from Israel

Did you know? Israel leads the world in water purification? It’s a little known fact; all the questions and answers are right there for the taking. While the United States deals with sinkholes and works out efforts to protect and revitalize water supplies, our friends in Israel, politics aside, have...

No hurry.

No hurry.

We’ve been far from the Internet but never far from a farm or plate or kitchen; just haven’t written about it. It’s always obvious that there’s a connection between the size of the dinner and the size of the diner, but only recently is that something to consider more seriously....

E.U. Table oil law rocks the boat

E.U. Table oil law rocks the boat

Much has been made of the decision to flatly outlaw certain olive oils European restaurants provided on tables for customers. Germany simply called it ‘silly.’ The olive oil bottles are widely held as an icon of dining, comfort, family and provides a romantic staple not only for visitors from abroad,...

Food Shame

Food Shame

Take it easy with your leftovers or try smaller portions to avoid leftovers all together. Numbers indicate that 30% of all food produced in the United States never makes it to mouths. Genuine accidents like flooding, rodents, insects and less genuine causes like ‘ugly’ prevent a third of grains, fruits,...

Pearapple:  Cross-breed or mutant?

Pearapple: Cross-breed or mutant?

There are very few sites on the matter. When adding exotic fruits to a salad, papaya, mango and Pearapple are all good choices. Grocers local to the East Coast USA have started cramming Pearapples in between the apples and pears and most come from Chile. So...

The first of some Friday Beer Cocktails

The first of some Friday Beer Cocktails

Like lighter beers? Like a little kick of spice? Then meet the rarely mentioned Michelada. A Mexican ditty made with hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lime and ice. Basically, you already have this stuff; so it’s a breeze in a glass.

For Summer and the coming beastly heat,...

Toying with Mango Lassi Honey Layers

Toying with Mango Lassi Honey Layers

For about $10 bucks and 5 mins prep with 5 mins set-up and a flair for the dramatic, you can bring a Mango Lassi to the table that will grab more attention than the unfortunate name of the drink. Steady your hand, get your blender and get ready to make...

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