Rachel, Here are two excerpts from McSweeneys I particularly like:
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The convicts came from the ocean. They were orphaned when their ship, the Amaziah, broke apart on the rocky Western Cliffs. It took them forty days to reach Peterson. They stood outside the city walls as Peterson looked down on them from the parapets. Sunburned and battered, in threadbare jumpsuits, they pleaded from the gates. "We're hungry," they called. "Look at us. Look at us! We have eaten our stores and our dead. We don't know how to survive out here. We need food."
Hi, You sound interesting. What exactly is Omnivorous cooking? I have done pickling/fermenting in the past as well as a lot of breadmaking-not sourdough, though. I'd love a recepie for sourdough bread. I also would like to invite you to join my new group called Environmental Zoo where you can express your concerns, solutions, ideas or anything else you'd like to. See you there.
This is the restaurant I mentioned on Horatio in Winter Park. It's my favorite Korean place in Winter Park.
I got a copy of Edisto. I'll keep you posted... Planted some bok choy and mesclun (imagine that) yesterday and some spinich and radishes today.
"The noticeably bitter taste of turnip greens has been linked by researchers to its calcium content. On an ounce-for-ounce basis, turnip greens contain about 4 times more calcium than a much less bitter-tasting cruciferous vegetables like cabbage."
Have you always wanted to make your own bread? Well, here's a little article about making rye bread with a bread machine. This bread machine came from a thrift store and only cost $11.99! The ingredients to make Russian Rye were so simple you won't believe how easy it was. Enjoy!