Monthly Archives: January 2016

FOOD FADS: PLEASE, NO MORE KALE

  Food Fads come and go. One that has lasted way too long, in my opinion, is kale.The omnipresence of kale reminds me of a scene from Forrest Gump in which Bubba lists the many ways shrimp can be prepared: … Continue reading

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A RHINO CRASHES

I have been looking up the names of animal herds in preparation for a trip to Tanzania. Some of the names are weird (A murder of crows) and others are descriptive (A bloat of hippos). The photo on the right … Continue reading

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WHAT MATTERS MOST

Paul Kalanithi, MD was concerned with what matters most in life after he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer at 36 years of age. In the short time he had left, he wrote When Breath Becomes Air, which is being … Continue reading

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