Monthly Archives: October 2010

New Essay! Go read it!

I just finished my essay on what “local” means to me right now. It’s on its own page tab-see it up there? Good. Why not read it right now? Advertisements

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Disappointment

I was so excited about biking over to the next town to get groceries this morning! I’d been itching to get out and ride for a few days, and I really want to be more deliberate about Doing the Right … Continue reading

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This Week, Every Day is Monday

Since I spent the better part of Monday morning sifting through bureaucratic paperwork, it was only fitting that I spend the better part of yesterday morning under the hood of The Little Red Wagon, which is running badly again. I … Continue reading

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Last Week’s Menu

Here’s what we wound up with for last week:

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Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution

Here’s a good read for the morning (or afternoon): Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution.  

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Another Week Begins…

One tricky aspect of “thinking like a restaurant” and making the menu before the grocery list is the front-end thinking it requires, and sometimes the ol’ gray matter isn’t quite up to the task. Last week’s went pretty well, I … Continue reading

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A Quick Update-Budget etc.

Last week got all screwed up, and we made a couple of late-week stops here and there, and right now we’re looking at $240 left in the food budget for the month. Considering that the beginning balance was $529, we’re … Continue reading

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