A lovely book club evening at @cliffsedgela. Those cocktails are dang good!
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I’m going to start a reader-write-in advice column on food and gardening. What should I call it?
Is there a food writer that’s “the next Jonathan Gold”? Or is there one waiting in the wings?
A Look at the First Vegetable Garden Inside a California State Prison | Gardens of Note | Home & Garden | KCET -
The recidivism rate at this San Quentin State Prison is remarkably low, and much of that can be credited to a successful rehabilitation program run by the Insight Garden Program, which provides horticultural therapy, vocational gardening and life skills for prisoners.
Why Do We Refrigerate Eggs in the United States? | The Nosh | Food | KCET -
If you’ve ever wandered through a grocery store in another country, you’ve likely scratched your head over the cartons of eggs sitting unrefrigerated on pallets or shelves. Here in America, we’d never dream of letting eggs sit out for more than a few minutes. So what’s the difference?
I’ve been wanting to know this for years, so I commissioned an article on it. The U.S. is so weird.
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