Thinking About Rice in America: The Black Rice Theory – Mysteries, Myths, and Misconceptions

Note: My point here, and elsewhere, on my blog and in my work, is to present information in as truthful a manner as I can, in order to raise questions and, hence, awareness. The truth is that there are more than ways than one to look at issues. Blindly accepting points of view only serves … More Thinking About Rice in America: The Black Rice Theory – Mysteries, Myths, and Misconceptions

Home Cooking, More Necessary Than Ever

When I got home from the grocery store the other day and turned on the computer to read my Google Reader news feeds, several “food-is-getting-expensive” articles popped up: Web wire with “Rising Food Prices—Gather Your Family Back Around The Dinner Table,” about Martha’s Vineyard restaurateur Carol McManus’s new cookbook, Table Talk: Food. Family. Love. A … More Home Cooking, More Necessary Than Ever