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. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUthEE_gR_w. 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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