Cooking the Books: Weber’s Big Book of Grilling

I’ve been meaning for some time to tell y’all about my personal 2012 cooking challenge. I have quite a few cookbooks and yet I cook from them so rarely. Many of them I have read numerous times but still have never been impelled to do more than cook the same two or three recipes that [Read More...]

Interesting View on Local Bookstores

In the End, Amazon is Gonna Win Don’t Support Your Local Bookseller: This guy calls BS on the whole “let’s save the independent bookstore” lament and instead praises Amazon. In the process, he slaughters quite a few sacred cows. Like the Gadgetopia guy says, “why do I feel so bad for agreeing with him?” Read [Read More...]

Lenten Reading Ideas – Updated

WHAT I’M READING I am already reading two books that are really hitting me where I live. How handy! I can just keep going with them through Lent. Night of the Confessor by Tomas Halik Night of the Confessor is rich and deep, with somehow simple ideas. Just when the author says something that I [Read More...]


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