My Egg Blog on The HuffPo!

October 7, 2010

Hey everyone, Countdown to Cherries in Winter in paperback in bookstores: only 11 days! Until then, I’m helping to spread the word about The Cornucopia Institute’s report on organic eggs. Not only did I blog about it here, but the Huffington Post was kind enough to pick up the blog too! Click on the link […]

It’s Cherry Season!

September 20, 2010

Yep, summer’s almost over. Blueberries are history, peaches are on their way out, and any watermelon you come across is almost a waste of time. But for me, it’s cherry season. Cherries in Winter, the paperback edition, will be out on October 19! CIW: PPB features additional chapters, new recipes, and a very honest recipe […]

Insanely Genius Idea: E-Z Homemade Peanut Butter Cups

July 25, 2010

This may be the end of Western Civilization, or at least of me fitting into my jeans. And not my superskinny white hootchie-mama jeans, either. A Friend (meaning, a friend on Facebook) posted a link to this article by Sally Schneider on TheAtlantic.com, a highly-respected journal of news that is even more highly respected since […]

Why Can’t We Rake Hay While the Oil Slimes?

June 7, 2010

Weeping is never a good way to start the day, but that’s what I did while watching the “View from Above” video of the Gulf Coast oil spill on The Today Show. (It’s here; scroll toward the bottom for the video.) I’ve been seeing a lot on the news about the effects of this disaster […]