The other day, I was watching an early morning news program. Their guest was some doctor explaining what an Anti-Cancer Plate looked like. It was a new food concept for me, to hear it referred to as an Anti-Cancer Plate, so I wanted to share with you what I learned.
Here is the list for your senators, contact them TODAY!! before you have NO SAY in the matter:
Well, I guess it's time for me to get up on my soapbox. I am asking anyone and everyone that reads this blog, for whatever reason, would kindly take the time to look at this link and become somewhat aware the controversies that it embodies. Even if you don't enjoy getting involved in politics very much, please, look over the link and think of someone that you personally know that you believe would be interested in learning about Senate Bill 510 and all its potential implications for our food supply and the ability to produce our own food. If you would like to take some political action to inform as many people as possible about Senate Bill 510, please copy and paste this link or any other link that you find on the internet that you believe will help people become educated about it AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE and get the word out!!! Without amendment or the bill becoming killed in the house, it has the potential to make home food production, storage, and seed harvesting criminal. Decide for yourself if this is true, or not. Thank you, again, for reading my blog. http://www.govtrack.us/congress/bill.xpd?bill=s111-510
Ever so slowly, I am getting pictures posted from our culinary tour, A Taste of Le Berry. Hopefully, I will eventurally have them all posted. We are only coming home on the weekends and they're on my computer at home which keeps me from being able to post any while I'm at my parents' home.
Enjoy and Bon Apetit!
First, I would like to apologize to any and all of you who visited our web site and blog as I have been most neglectful to post anything lately. Secondly, I want to say "thank you" that you do visit and I hope you find something of interest that will keep you coming back for future visits.
We have been keeping very busy with the care of my parents, taking them to doctor's visits and a continuous effort to keep unpacking and getting their new home situated.
I was pondering what to write about and came across a term that is new to me and that I find intriquing. It's the Minimalist Approach to Cooking. I often write poetry and especially enjoy haiku which is a very brief form of Japanese poetry. So, I understand minimalism, in that regard. As a novice in the food world, I am curious how to define a minimalist approach to cooking. So, here I go on an internet discovery search to see what I can find that will introduce myself and those of you who are likewise interested to this new (for me) concept.
Hope you're as curious as I am!
http://www.examiner.com/cooking-in-west-palm-beach/minimalist-cooking-a-concept-that-can-change-your-whole-approach-to-the-preparation-of-food There is a button with this link where you can download a free minimalist cookbook as a pdf!!
When Roland and I met, I was one of those people who opened the box or can and warmed up the family meal. After our marriage in 2005, I truely began to appreciate what food is really about, not only that it can taste very good, and be nutritious, but that it can be a celebration of who you are and the people that you share it with.