Any kind of new business, venture, cause, or movement eventually asks, “How do operate our solution at scale?” In other words, When new orders increase by a factor of 10, then 100, then 1,000, etc., how do we maintain our delivery promise, our ability to look and feel like we did when we were smallContinue reading “The food revolution at scale”
Lose 50; gain 15; lose 20; g-o-o-o-a-l! For me personally, the very best thing about Keto has been acquiring the knowledge and skill to actually manage my weight. Here’s what I mean. For 30 years or so, since I started being concerned about my weight, I tried this diet and that diet with varying results.Continue reading “Keto reboot”
On July 7, 1928, the first loaf of sliced bread was sold in a grocery store in Ohio. The sale and the event were the result of the invention of the bread slicing machine. At the time, it was hailed as the greatest thing since packaged bread. This just reminds us that our food lives,Continue reading “Sliced bread”
Ham leftovers masquerade as prosciutto in this recipe. Easter rolls around and I think about ham. That was our family tradition when I was growing up. A ham dinner and an Easter Lamb Cake. But that’s another post. These days, ham means spiral-cut backed ham, with the sugar glaze, in the foil wrapper. Even thoughContinue reading “Leftover impasta”
Dad’s Recipe Box features heirloom recipes. One of our beginning ideas was to gather and publish family favorite dishes so the kids would have them written down if they wanted them. I debated whether to call these “heirloom” or “heritage” recipes, and I suppose either will do. But Merriam-Webster helped me decide. Here’s their definition:Continue reading “Heirloom recipes”
The Queen and I are really just bit players in the burgeoning network of foodies and friends of home cooking. But we’re sincere! As we go deeper into sources and tools and thinking about the world’s food system, we take baby steps toward a greater appreciation of the people, companies and organizations that help usContinue reading “Bought in or sold out?”
Aye, there’s the rub! For anyone with Dad’s metabolism and penchant for rest rather than running, weight gain is an occupational hazard when it comes to cooking.
Hey, Dad really likes pasta with sauce…or without sauce, actually. I could eat it evey day probably. But then…you get it.
We hear all the time about how much of the food we eat is bad for us…but the food that’s recommended instead is boring or bland! Well, the heck with that. Let’s enjoy getting healthy!