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Top 5 New Year's Food Resolutions

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
We all have them, even if they’re left unstated. Even if we’ve refused to come up with any this year, they lurk in our subconscious, coming out in mysterious ways like guilt for blowing $50 at your favorite restaurant or for eating a bar of Chocolove for breakfast (welcome to my world).  

Cooking Changes Lives

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 26, 2008
I recently had the opportunity to have lunch at Cincinnati COOKS!, a kitchen in an old building on Ezzard Charles Drive across from a vacant lot. No, it's not the scene you get at most restaurants in Cincinnati, but this building has a thousand times more soul and spirit than all of them put together.   

Turtle Hunting in Ripley, Ohio

1 Comment · Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Recently, I was invited to a turtle fry in Ripley, Ohio, an hour east of Cincinnati along U.S. Route 52. According to local legend, it’s been going on for generations. I went with three questions: 1) How do you catch a turtle 2) How do you prepare it and 3) Is it worth eating? Like all events in Ripley, there was a fascinating crowd.  

Election Party Food and Drinks

Election Party Food and Drinks

0 Comments · Friday, September 26, 2008
Like half the country, I'll be attending an election party on Nov. 4. Since people are saying this is an "important election" (unlike previous elections, which might or might not have been important), it's occurred to me that special food is in order to celebrate the occasion.   

Can We Just Eat?

Can We Just Eat?

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Earlier this summer I had the opportunity to go on a rather grueling spiritual retreat at Hope Springs Institute, 130 acres of pristine country in the foothills of Appalachia. From the brochure, t  

What the Spiritual Masters Teach Us about Big-Ass Appetites

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 30, 2008
I've been thinking a lot about appetite lately -- when you gain 30 pounds in six months, it's something to ponder.