• Eating the Whole for Wholeness

    “You Americans are so one dimensional,” my European friend said some years ago, standing on my back porch as I dug through a freezer.  He wasn’t talking about politics or culture.   He was talking about what we were having for dinner; he was talking about meat. In Europe, he said, people eat a variety of […]

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  • Eating with Empathy

    The other night, after a dinner of crock-pot cooked Red Ranger chicken, I stood at the counter, picking off the remaining bits of meat from the bones. I came to the furcula, the wishbone, and called my daughter in to break it with me. “What is that daddy?” She asked, turning the small forked bone […]

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