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It’s a Pierogi!

To me, any sustainable, vibrant food culture has traditions. Whether those traditions are on the religious, national, or household level, passing on beloved recipes is an important part of building an understanding of food as something to be respected. Food … Continue reading

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A Christmas Vision

“I don’t know if you believe in Christmas, or if you have presents underneath the Christmas tree. But if you believe in love, that will be more than enough for you to come and celebrate with me. … And if … Continue reading

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When friends come to call, it’s the happiest season of all

Holiday parties run in both my biological and “adopted” family. My parents threw a Christmas brunch every year, with multiple types of soups and quiches. Chris’s family has a group of friends that they share Christmas Eve with, rotating the … Continue reading

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Bike-o-riffic Gift Guide

Following on from last week’s entry, here’s a second set of gift recommendations for the sustainably-minded people in your life, with the focus being on two-wheeled transportation. These gifts will help the giftee stay safe, enjoy their bicycle ride more, … Continue reading

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A Permaculture Gift Guide

For people who celebrate winter gift-giving holidays, this time of year tends to be a mad scramble to find a set of perfect gifts for loved ones. One of the most difficult groups of people to buy for are those … Continue reading

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