Common Eating – The Meal Itself.

Common Eating potatoes

This post on the meal itself for Common Eating, is probably the one that has changed the most since I wrote it. I originally thought that I wouldn’t bother with any textbook. However, I think I’m going to add a cookbook to the list. Not just any cookbook, but the More with Less cookbook. This … Read more

Common Eating – Introduction and Overview.

So, as I’ve been working my way through these posts again, and come to this introduction and overview,  I noticed that when I did the course outline the initial class is entitled “You Are What and How You Eat. For this course the latter part of that statement is the more important. The reason that … Read more

Supper Club at King’s Head Pub

Supper Club or no, this is a fine IPA

Yesterday marked the beginning of another lockdown level here in Winnipeg. In person dining has once again been canceled. So, with that being the case I decided to revisit via delivery the King’s Head Pub, a place I’ve visited several times in the past. Including one as part of a supper club. You can find … Read more

Common Eating – 2 – Marking

Common Eating Soup

One of the important parts of Common Eating as a course, is finding ways for the students to work together. The marking system will definitely involve credit for the ability to work together. The only problem with this is that I have a natural aversion to anything that resembles a group project. This is in … Read more

Common Eating (Meals)

Common Eating cookies

Common Eating is an idea for a university or seminary type course that has been sitting in the back of my mind for several years now. Over the next several weeks I hope to go through each of those posts and update and rethink my way through them. I’ll be leaving each new post at … Read more

The Woman in Green, Jack Todd (August 2020)

The Woman in Green Cover shot

My reading inspiration comes from all sorts of sources. In the case of Jack Todd’s The Woman in -Green, it’s because I follow the author on Twitter. It wasn’t his mystery writing that caught my attention. Rather, as a Montreal Canadiens fan, I find him to be one of the more restrained and well-thought out … Read more