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These are the buns I bake every year for Easter morning breakfast. The recipe is adapted from The King Arthur Flour 200th Anniversary Cookbook, but the combination of spices and flavorings is borrowed from a bun I ate years ago … Continue reading
Funny how some things we traditionally do to mark the new year are long-term resolutions, while others are one-off celebrations. Eating right and working out? Oh, we’re going to do that every day. (What’s that? We said the same thing … Continue reading
An article in today’s New York Times examines yet another case of Americans taking a fundamentally sound idea — mindful eating — and driving it to extremes. Having just concluded a draft of my book with an epilogue in which … Continue reading
Tomorrow is Candlemas: the midpoint of winter, halfway between the solstice and the equinox, in cultures unspoiled by scientifically rational astronomy the first day of spring, and in much of Western Europe traditionally the day to break ground for the … Continue reading