Monthly Archives: December 2011

On the Fourth Day of Christmas. . .

On this the Fourth Day of Christmas, I give you Enya and Silent Night, in Gaelic. This is also the Feast of the Holy Innocents, which remembers the children slaughtered by Herod in Bethlehem and the surrounding area. This … Continue reading

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The Six Hands of Community Food Security

December is a crazy time for me.  Activity in all of my various causes seems to peak at the same time.  So I haven’t hardly have any time to write, but I have a whole stack of emails, website links, … Continue reading

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Your Oklavore Christmas Gift Giving Guide part the first.

I have posted the first two parts of my Bob’s Ye Olde Bon Appetitin Oklavore Christmas Gift Giving Guide —  Part I — the Stocking Stufferings .   Part II — the Extravagant Gifts . Part three — the “$6 to … Continue reading

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