Picnic Wraps

Matt and I headed into Madison Park to take in the Arboretum last Friday to finally enjoy some necessary sunshine. We found a clearing dappled with dandelions and sheltered by some pink blossomed branches and settled down in the grass, flipping off shoes and flinging off socks, we drank wine from Mason jars and ate [...]

Springtime in the Bronze Age

“It was a brave man,” said Jonathan Swift, “who first ate an oyster.” There are other culinary conundrums that come to mind when it comes to food which is disgusting or downright lethal without proper preparation, such as:

How did we know wheat would be good to eat if we dried it, husked it, ground it, [...]