Favorites November 2017

November 2nd, 2017 No Comments

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It was a good day for a walk in the woods.

This was how the world looked last week before I left for a trip to California: bright leaves, crisp smells, sun on the water.  I came back this week to the grayer and rainier side of Fall.  All good, but feeling cheer is so much easier with bright colors.  This second half of Fall needs the more intentional efforts to cultivate hygge: warm sweaters and good boots, candles and hot soup.

After eating some fabulous food in the Bay Area I am now officially intrigued with Korean food and must find a good cookbook.  Any suggestions?  I’ve been making kimchi for years but it can’t compare to the fare I enjoyed in Berkeley late at night, alongside pickled daikon, saeujeot, and steamed pork.  Not to mention the freshly pressed toasted sesame oil made by our friend’s mother in Korea…whatever it is we may eat in our busy lives, there is always a mother somewhere who makes it much, much better.

 

 

 

Happy All Souls Day! 

 

 

 

Favorites November 2017

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Playing cards for Halloween and the season

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Bog Butter

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Learn about Monsters!  From Africa, First Nations, and more

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My friend Kevin Beaudin and his art

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Scruffy Hospitality!

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Burning Man in all its glory and beyond

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I Love the Dirty Coast

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Caviar spheres, and make your own

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Why everyone is going here

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