Wikimedia image of beaten biscuits Are they a holdover of slave days, something that no one in their right mind would voluntarily make? Are they a delicacy well worth every stroke of beating that goes into them? Dedicated cooks … Continue reading
A Wheat Compendium The history of grains sums up the recent history of the world – for the past 10,000 years at least. Religions and wars (they seem to go together), diet and death, the minutiae of daily existence for … Continue reading
Posted on April 11, 2019by Chicken Lady at Locust Lane This is the author of this blog, Teri White Carns. I also have Chicken Lady at Locust Lane (which years ago I set up as my basic WordPress blog), roadtripteri, and Wheatavore … Continue reading
A single green fly makes love to dandelion sun, small universe. Mt.Susitna (Sleeping Lady) at sunset, March 23, 2014 (about 9:00 p.m.).
Gray May Saturday morning — it’s perfect for walking to the Spenard Farmers Market. Along the way we bought a small loaf of blueberry quick bread ($1) from a fellow raising money for the Three Barons’ Renaissance … Continue reading
The computer is misbehaving badly. So I’ll do my best to get this on its way, and mainly with photos. We spent Thursday morning, September 25, in Seattle with Jim’s dentist brother, and then getting Deke’s pies for lunch, … Continue reading
View of Seattle skyline from Regina and Deke’s apartment; the orange things that look like a cluster of salmon eggs in the bottom left corner are buoys. The Space Needle, and the construction cranes for South Lake Union buildings … Continue reading