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Photo of the Day: Corn cookies!

| December 16, 2010 | 2 Comments
Photo of the Day: Corn cookies!




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Oooo, Baby Baby

| December 13, 2010 | 16 Comments
Oooo, Baby Baby




Personally, I am not the biggest fan of being called “Baby” in a romantic way by a significant other. Don’t get me wrong, I’m affectionate, I can dish it out, but I’d rather be referred to as “Hey, you” or “Sport” or “Woman” (Just kidding. And a note to my significant other, don’t EVER call […]

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Tamales Here, Tamales There

| November 18, 2010 | 20 Comments
Tamales Here, Tamales There




Homogeneity is dead. When it comes to food, that is. From ancient crops to meats to the spices that make them savory, food is a timeless element of our human reality that is driven to innovate. No one wants to eat boring. So we celebrate colors, robust flavors, textures, scents and the stories that bring […]

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Photo of the Day: To the Women Who Plant and the Men Who Love Them

| July 12, 2010 | 6 Comments
Photo of the Day: To the Women Who Plant and the Men Who Love Them




Here’s to the strong and beautiful women farmers of the world, like this Andean grandma (one of my grandmas), who in her late 70s, still rises before the sun to cultivate her potatoes, barefoot.

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It’s Never Out of Season to Give Thanks

| May 16, 2010 | 9 Comments
It’s Never Out of Season to Give Thanks




Every winter on the dreariest, snowiest, coldest days, people and I’d also imagine late birds will decidedly say to each other, “It’s sunny somewhere else,” and then flock in droves to the airports (well, not the birds, although that would be funny—can you imagine a goose with a little suitcase?) to head to Mexico or […]

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