Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside. Mark Twain Enjoy this quote and want to see more like it? Subscribe to our email list to be one of the first to be notified of new posts and activity!
To me, good food refers to food that is high quality and satisfying. It's something that can be categorized by these traits but also has many more meanings. What is good food? Although it is hard to narrow this down to a few simple parts, I am convinced that good food falls into two categories.... Continue Reading →
This raspberry vinegar is a fantastic way to use up excess fruit. This aromatic vinegar is great for vinaigrette, finishing dishes and adds a zip of acid and extra layer of flavor to your favorite pickles. Yield 2qt Ingredients +/- 7c Raspberries 2qts White Vinegar (or vinegar of your choice) 1. Clean raspberries; if... Continue Reading →
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These are general abbreviations used in recipes found on Pans & Perspective. This will will continue to expand and can be used a reference for clarification. t Teaspoon T Tablespoon oz Empirical Ounce floz Empirical Fluid Ounce C Cup Qt Quart G Gallon ea Quantity or Singular Piece TT To taste AN As needed #... Continue Reading →
Hundreds of years ago the colonizers spread across America and put down roots, both literally and figuratively. Agriculture was their life: crucial to their survival but also demanding nothing short of total participation. I have been contemplating this topic for nearly a week. It manifested during the days following this post. I began to realize... Continue Reading →
Imagine… The crisp air lightly brushes against my skin. Rays of the afternoon sun beam down with glorious intensity bathing me in a contrast of deep warmth. Each step through the lawn is met by the gentle rustle of grass under foot, almost like a broom running across an old wood floor. With each step... Continue Reading →
The simplest, maybe easiest, approach to dealing with anything is to not try. Surrendering is appealing to some because it requires no further effort. This can be compounded if the fight or battle against or with someone or something repeatedly ends up unsuccessful. Striving to actually “do”, whether it be in life, work or any... Continue Reading →