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Kate Donegan
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Food Activism in Challenging Times
It’s time for some seriousness, Friends,  before my next round of wonderful Summer recipes & techniques hit these pages again. In this current frightening political climate, which seeks to have monolithic corporations run unregulated, our food supply and wh...

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Food Activism in Challenging Times
It’s time for some seriousness, Friends,  before my next round of wonderful Summer recipes & techniques hit these pages again. In this current frightening political climate, which seeks to have monolithic corporations run unregulated, our food supply and wh...

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What I'm Growing & Some Delicious Ideas with Spring Arrivals
Happy Spring! Learning a  new gardening technique :  What a glorious time of year for growers, gardeners, cooks and folks who just love real food!  I mentioned awhile back that I was going to be experimenting with some of our planting beds using the Square ...

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Spring. Stock and Ramen Stock
BLOG: Spring Stuff. Stock and Ramen Stock I hope everyone is enjoying the almost arrival of Spring.  By now I’m sure that you have ordered your seeds and plants and supplies and fussed over when to uncover what, as the temperatures jump all over the place. ...

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BLOG: Spring Stuff. Stock and Ramen Stock I hope everyone is enjoying the almost arrival of Spring.  By now I’m sure that you have ordered your seeds and plants and supplies and fussed over when to uncover what, as the temperatures jump all over the place. ...

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The Glory of Cast Iron; Hot Sauce Made at Home
I have recently had the opportunity to discuss the glories of cooking with Cast Iron with a number of serious cooks.  Not all of these folks are fans however.  And from what I am learning are pretty common reasons.  I heard repeatedly, “things will stick”; ...

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Pantry Purge. It’s Time! Comfort Food. It’s Time!
So the weather is cold, many of the days are gray and windy and there has not been enough snow, in my opinion.   Pair that with the current state of “things” in our country and I find that I have been spending a lot of more time in the kitchen - not just my...

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Foodist Favorites and Amazing Meyer Lemon Gnocchi
I hope that your Holidays were chock full of fun, love, warmth, good food & drink and the closeness of family and friends.  I took a lovely long time away from the usual demands and it certainly was needed and effective. And,  as I do every year, here are a...

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The Foodist Returns! First Frost Recipes Pt. 1
Well, it’s mid November and here we go!  Winter!  Even though the temperatures aren’t that low yet, those winds are sure bringing out the space heaters, the layers, the firewood, and the hats in our homestead. At my Facebook page, The Philly Foodist, I have...

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I'm Back! It's Preserving Time!
Hello Everyone.  First of all thanks to everyone who “checked in” and asked about my Blog absence for a number of weeks.   Yes - I did take a few weeks off.  I even cut back a bit on my hours in my other life as a behavioral health consultant.  It was glori...
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