How I Taught My Brother To Cook

Improvisational Tuscan-Provençal-Catalan Cookery (and other good stuff to eat)

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At 8:54am on April 4, 2008, John Barrows said…
Welcome, Sandy. Visit us often, and upload some things about tea that would broaden the spectrum of our site.
At 1:39pm on April 4, 2008, Patrick said…
Welcome aboard I Ching disciple. You no doubt have gone through your macrobiotic phase, yes? There is/was a book you should read, if you have not already done so. If I remember correctly the name was, "Are You San Paku" or something of that nature.
At 2:32pm on April 4, 2008, Debbie said…
Hi Sandy, nice to meet you! Hope you hang around more often than not. I looked at your site and love the article about the honey. I am an advocate of honey and all things related to it. Honey is a commodity and should be listed on the commodity exchange. People in general, take it for granted. If they only knew how much hard work goes into a teaspoonful, they wouldn't get it on the door knobs or their elbows : )
At 6:09pm on May 14, 2008, Debbie said…
It is so true. The efforts of each individual bee is phenomenal, baffling to say the least. They produce the perfect food. The honeybee not only produces a food source, but all the other products of the hive are important to our well being. If everyone would relax, sit in front of a hive, watch the bees as they fly in and out, going about their business, then maybe, we would understand what "brotherhood" is about. We take so much for granted.

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