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Farm to Market 2014: Foodways Texas Symposium, Part II

[Dinner at The Farm at Ronin Cooking Friday Evening]

Our first day of the 2014 Foodways Texas Symposium ended at The Farm at Ronin Cooking. It was a beautiful night. But we had more eating and story telling and listening to do, …click to continue Farm to Market 2014: Foodways Texas Symposium, Part II

Farm to Market 2014: Foodways Texas Symposium

Photo of The Veranda in College Station

[Welcome Dinner at The Veranda in College Station, Texas]

I spent the last several days at the Foodways Texas Symposium which was held this year in College Station. Driving back to Dallas by way of Mexia on Sunday morning, I had an opportunity to think about my time at the …click to continue Farm to Market 2014: Foodways Texas Symposium

How to Boil Water: Bear Cooking School…a cub scout den meeting

Cooking is part of being a parent. Oddly, teaching kids how to cook rarely is. Sometimes a kid shows innate interest. Sometimes we make it so irresistible (chocolate cake batter, for instance) that the little people start sniffing around the kitchen looking for a beater to lick. But, taking the time to TEACH them …click to continue How to Boil Water: Bear Cooking School…a cub scout den meeting

South Carolina Quail Hunt 2014

photo of shotgun shells

A new hunting lodge can never hold a candle to an old house that has been walked through by generations of people who love it. A 103 year old hunting lodge holds laughter in the wood and stories in the air. When you go back to the same place over the course of a …click to continue South Carolina Quail Hunt 2014

Of Mountains and Marmalade

Marmalade jars

If there is a stove, and if there is a washing machine, I am not truly on vacation. I’m merely doing my thing somewhere else. Yet, getting out of your day-to-day environment gives you perspective. And it keeps you from doing all, or enough, of the mundane tasks of a typical day, so that …click to continue Of Mountains and Marmalade

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