Monthly Archives: June 2013

Immersion 14, June 23rd.Transformation, remediation, roasted pumpkin soup and Kyrgyz Sourdough bread with a French touch.

“Snowflakes form in a wide variety of intricate shapes, leading to the popular expression that “no two are alike”. Although possible, it is very unlikely for any two randomly selected snowflakes to appear exactly alike due to the many changes … Continue reading

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Immersion 13, June 15th, Spotlight on the dynamic way of seeing and Shepherd’s Purse and Winter berries

“..if there are two leaves of a tree, as a matter of habit, we will tend to see them in a general way as just ‘leaves’, and overlook the difference between them”. Henri Bortoft 1 If we look at the … Continue reading

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Immersion 12, June 7th, Plans, Winter greens, Cabbage leaf poultice,12 Winter Vegetable Soup

“The best laid plans of Mice and Men Gang aft a-gley,” [often go awry] Robert Burns Substitute rabbits and a woman in my case… Plans and planning on all fronts this week, research and more research (how did I ever … Continue reading

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