September 27th, 2008
The past few weeks have been very warm in the San Diego area; not the typical dry, warm weather but much more humid. The morning glories are still blooming and the garden is still full of tomatoes, peppers, chilies, and all kinds of herbs are growing abundant. Although the sun is starting to set earlier and evenings are getting chillier, it appears that San Diego is not ready to give up the summer yet.
A recent conversation with my
September 6th, 2008
It's part of my belief that when eating meat, the whole animal should be respected and valued in its entirety. Something that many Americans neglect these days. In the old days when humans lived among the animals that they raised, a meat animal would be valued as a whole, unique parts such as tongue, head, cheek, brains, heart, liver, tail, and etc. would be enjoyed not just because waste was not acceptable, but also because they are simply delicious.