“Sh*t Your Pants Airlines” : The illogical logic around my fear of flying — LIFE’S RECIPE BOOK

Ever since my early teens, I’ve had a strong fear of flying. It could have been caused by the very bad storm we flew through when I was 14 or perhaps it was that impending realisation that we’re being thrown from one place to another in a giant, metal box full of farts. Regardless, it […]

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Some Plants in Illinois have Eyes!…

If you don’t like to be stared at, don’t come to rural Illinois! There are some rare plants here in rural Illinois that are sensitive to the touch and that are quickly evolving. At first, besides their sensitivity to touch, they began […]

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Depression and Sorrow…

Many people suffer from depression and sorrow. Many take pharmaceutical antidepressants and regularly go to clinics to receive therapy. Of course, for some, it may involve issues based on heredity and diet. For many, it entails accumulated psychological problems. Most, when they were much younger, did not have such issues; in youth, they […]

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Winter, and also book reviews and recipes are coming! — Recipe and a Read

Welcome and thank you rapt audience of the few people who are looking at this right now for joining me here today. After too much coffee, maybe a bottle or two of wine and numerous recipes and reviews later I’ve decided to jump off the deep end and start a blog. I guess I’ll start […]

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How Cooking Frees My Mind to Think About Writing — Literary Hub

I love food. I love to eat it, prepare it—and read about it. Even before I was out of the crib, I had a gastro-literary fixation: the drawing of bread in Richard Scarry’s Busy World, Busy People, which I demanded to see daily. Once I’d graduated to print, obsession reached a new, active level. The […]

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