Give meThe road for milesAnd nowhere I need beAnd I shall paint you in sunsetAlas
Stick around a few minutes. You won't be sorry. https://youtu.be/MbVDQKcxg00
Often when I'm cooking I think about something my friend, chef Adam Browne, said in passing a couple of years ago when we were walking around the campus at work. We were talking about barbecue and he said, "you should be adding flavor at every step." Hear, hear. I think that applies to more than… Continue reading Adding Flavor
"Any normal man must nourish his body by means of food put into it through the mouth."M.F.K. Fisher, "When a Man is Small" It is a cold winter night--cold for these parts, anyway--and I am lying in my bed, cringing my feet to escape the little insidious tendrils of icy air creeping under the blanket… Continue reading M.F.K. Fisher by Book Light
A large Diet Coke and a medium fry. It is the second day of January and I am on the 5th day of a “vegan cleanse.” I’m not quite sure of what I am cleansing myself. I agreed to the cleanse because it felt, somehow, like cleansing myself of the worst parts of American capitalism.… Continue reading McDonald’s: Communion
I cannot describe how thrilled I am to have a poem featured in Panoply, a literary zine based here in Florida. "Argyle Forest" is a poem about growing up on the suburban margins of Jacksonville. You can read it over at Panoply with my deep thanks.
I finally developed some film that I've been sitting on for almost a year. The two panoramic shots at the top of the page are my favorite from this little excursion, but I've attached a few more shots from the roll as well at the bottom of the page. I love this little Nikon Point… Continue reading Field Work: Panorama Mode