Reasonableness and the Food Environment

Reasonableness and the Food Environment

Us students band together. As I prepare for my CEcD exam, across the country, my fellow blogger Stephanie Bostic is working through complex food issues at Cornell. Please join me in examining her thoughtful work. 

Most of us depend on grocery stores for food, but our food environment can be very complex.  While I haven’t belonged to a CSA in recent years, I’ve had farm stand shares, belonged to…

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When Things Go Rawng

When Things Go Rawng

It’s about setting expectations. In the workplace it benefits the one who is expected to do something but it also benefits the one setting the expectation. At home, with the spouse, partner or kids, it works the same way.

Unmet Expectations

Unmet Expectations

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It’s Pi Day π

It’s Pi Day π

“How I want a drink, alcoholic of course, after the heavy lectures involving quantum mechanics.”

Pie for Pi

Pie for Pi

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After the Shrove

The word “shrove” is not used often in our home. Ever? It is the past tense of “shrive” which is a religious word meaning to hear a confession, assign penance and be absolved from sin.IMG_2146

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Feeding Frenzy

Feeding Frenzy

I keep a small yellow pad on the kitchen counter where anyone can record ingredients as we use them up in the kitchen; eggs, bread, peanut butter, and the like. With two teenage boys and a third pre-teen, the list has been taking on a life of it’s own.Protein dominant grocery list

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Pulp Legislation

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Fairy Dusters

When I was little, I’d tiptoe up and spy into the center of each tulip blossom hoping to catch a…

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At least this Bowl was Super

Had my beloved Broncos imbibed on this Asian slaw prior to their play, they may have had a fighting chance.

Radish and Mizuna Salad

Radish and Mizuna Salad

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For Pete’s Sake

It ran in the family. You see, Charles Seeger was forced to resign from the music department at the…

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