Food and Faith is a blog of the Presbyterian Hunger Program.
Part of what makes a holiday a holiday is the food. If its the Fourth of July, there should be hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill. Valentine's day involves chocolate. Halloween involves candy as a whole and even Flag...
Don't eat the yellow snow. But this is not YS. So you can eat it! But you might choose one of the natural crystals, rather than the artificial snow on the right. Don't know a stellar dendrite from a cupped column snowflake? Help for you is a click away compliments of Caltech.
Since we highlighted how Cargill was influencing prices on the world market a couple weeks ago, I thought I'd balance things a bit with a reference to this article about Cargill China's corporate excellence. It is from the US State Department, so we can assume it is an unbiased, non-political assessment. Right?
FDA really needs to crack down on unclear egg labeling. But until then (and the cows don their ice skates in hell) you'll need to do your own checking.
I'm escaping from the current, overtly worldly stuff - like Zimbabwe, the war in Congo, the food and climate crises, the hub bub of another consumerized Christmas to recharge my spiritual batteries and see if I can lose my self to find Self. At least a bit, I hope. I'll be silently celebrating advent in a one-room shack alongside a big pond, little lake. In the rain, it seems. And hopefully the beaver is still around. I'm taking along some food and some paper. Specifically, * a pad to draw on * a writing journal * 3 main books: Rudolf Steiner's How to Know Higher Worlds and Love & Its Meaning in the World, and Buhner's The Secret Teachings of Plants * 3 other books that I may or may not touch: Tolle's A New Earth, The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying and Andrew Harvey's Light Upon Light: Inspirations from Rumi * and a paddle to use with the beat up aluminum canoe Oh, and maybe some binoculars. A fry pan and a pot to use on the electric burner.