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ART, SCIENCE, AND THE UNIVERSE 

If anyone knows, THE UNIVERSE knows. Some folks can’t believe in a god or personal diety, but can attribute all the same attributes to the Universe. Others assign these powers to Fate or to Luck or Chance.  We’re all created … Continue reading

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 NATIONAL GOURMET COFFEE DAY! 

I’m at my local $5 bucks– it used to be the community $4 bucks, but with inflation, it’s a bit steeper today. It’s ok, the workers get paid fairly and the coffee is well sourced. Plus I don’t drink all … Continue reading

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SCIENCE, FOOD, AND CULTURAL TRENDS

When I was a kid, modern was all the rage. If a family had a washer, dryer, cook stove, and a refrigerator in their home, plus indoor plumbing and hot and cold running water, they were first class. I was … Continue reading

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TUNA SALAD WITH AVOCADO, PECANS AND APPLES ON SPINACH 

   One of my high school buddies from Louisiana saw this on my friend feed. “I put apples in my tuna salad too! I’ve never met anyone else who did. Do you think this is just a regional thing?”  I’m … Continue reading

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SCRAMBLED EASTER EGGS FOR BREAKFAST

Some folks say their hard boiled eggs are hard to peel or their yolks are never set or the whites are tough. Most likely they’ve violated the cardinal rule of cooking: “Everything has its own time and temperature.” Cornie’s corollary … Continue reading

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Tale of the Wandering Asparagus

I had a coupon for veggies at Kroger, so I bought some of their best fruits and vegetables on sale. The broccoli looks like its on steroids & cherry tomatoes are feeling the pain of the weather increased costs. Oh, … Continue reading

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Thoughts on an Early Spring and Giving Up Griefbacon

Lately we’ve had a rash of warmer, sunnier weather. And good riddance to the cold and snow! The cold dark days make me want to eat cheese, pasta, and sweets. Then I want to crawl under a blanket and go … Continue reading

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