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Food Reviews and Such

MissFresh Meal Kit Delivery Service

Recently I noticed that MissFresh, a meal kit service, was offering 500 AirMiles for first time users. Having tried HelloFresh and Edens Taste, I figured this would be a good chance to try another one and start drawing some comparisons. Trying My First MissFresh Order Like HelloFresh and Edens Taste, the meals from MIssFresh work out to about $11.00 per serving. This seems to be par for the course for these kits. MissFresh deliveries are made on Fridays. This happens to…Continue readingMissFresh Meal Kit Delivery Service

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Common Eating

Feeding My Mother – Jann Arden

Feeding My Mother, is a memoir from Canadian singer-songwriter Jann Arden. Arden has been something of a fixture on the Canadian music scene for the last quarter of a century. However, other than her 1994 hit Insensitive, I couldn’t name one of her songs. However, books that deal with food and relationships tend to get my attention, and so I picked this one up. Feeding as an Act of Love Another thing that made me want to pick this book up is…Continue readingFeeding My Mother – Jann Arden

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Reviews and Such Books Common Eating

The Catholic Table- Emily Stimpson Chapman

During Lent I’ve been offering a series of lectures called Eucharistic Eating. This is part of an ongoing project(sadly my attempts to record it have not gone well), and I’m always on the lookout for more material on the topic. So, I was quite pleased when I came across The Catholic Table blog. Written by Emily Stimpson Chapman, a freelance Catholic writer and blogger. The Catholic Table is part memoir, part theological reflection, with a few recipes thrown in along the…Continue readingThe Catholic Table- Emily Stimpson Chapman

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Reviews and Such Books

Homemade Life-Review

Often my book buying decisions are made by the bargains being offered for Amazon Kindle. A Homemade Life: Stories and Recipes from my Kitchen Table, by Molly Wizenberg. I’ve said before that I’m not a fan of cookbooks, but do like food books that contain the odd recipe. A Homemade Life falls into the latter category. While A Homemade Life serves as a coming of age tale for the author, it also serves as a love letter to her father. It was in his…Continue readingHomemade Life-Review

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Community Food Recipes

Cranberry Raisin Butter Tarts

Tomorrow is the St. Philip’s Roast Beef Dinner. We decided that for dessert, we will be offering several bite size options. I decided to contribute something, and am going with my Cranberry Raisin Butter Tarts. This post is from 2014. Although I originally wrote it in conjunction with that year’s Roast Beef Dinner at St. Philip’s, I’ve found that in the ensuing years it’s a more popular read around Thanksgiving and Christmas. This was a recipe I decide to adapt…Continue readingCranberry Raisin Butter Tarts

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Community Food

Martha Stewart I’m Not, and That’s a Good Thing

Warning: Rant About Martha Stewart Ahead The video posted below features Martha Stewart discussing some of her likes and dislikes. In the middle of the video she goes off on bloggers. Apparently, we should have our voices silenced because we are not original.  In Ms. Stewart’s view this is an insult to all the great artists in the world.[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2sa1JtgEHQ]More insidious is Ms. Stewart’s believe that only experts should have a public voice. We bloggers aren’t experts and so should…Continue readingMartha Stewart I’m Not, and That’s a Good Thing