Archive for January, 2015

Sourdough: The Original Bread

Filed in The Gentrys Pantry by on January 30, 2015 0 Comments
Sourdough:  The Original Bread

There is a body of opinion in the anthropology community that believes agriculture grew out of a desire for more alcohol than the natural world provided.  We really can’t prove much about that but I can’t help but believe that it wasn’t too long after the development of brewing beer that some bright spark came […]

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One-Pot Meals: Sensible and Satisfying

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One-Pot Meals: Sensible and Satisfying

Now that I live alone I come more and more to appreciate one-pot meals.  Much as I love to cook, I really don’t like either cooking for one or eating alone.  Meals become more of a way to refuel than the aesthetic and social ritual that they should be.  And since one cannot be always […]

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A Pub: Every Cyber-Squire Needs One

Filed in Places to Go by on January 1, 2015 0 Comments
A Pub:  Every Cyber-Squire Needs One

Why a pub?  The Thursday after my wife passed away I found myself in need of somewhere dark where I could sit in the corner, drink and brood.  I went online to see if there was a pub somewhere near me that met my requirements and found that the only one in the neighborhood that […]

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