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One of our favorite things about Netflix streaming service is the access to hundreds of documentaries that would not have been on our radar without the “suggestions for you” section. Two that we’ve recently watched: Sons of Perdition, 2010 A … Continue reading

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Flight Behavior, by Barbara Kingsolver

There are a few authors that I will read anything they’ve written.  Mary Roach, PG Wodehouse, Elizabeth George Speare, Michael Crichton, probably Carol Rifka Brunt after her gorgeous debut novel, Charles Dickens, and yes, Barbara Kingsolver.  I am forever indebted … Continue reading

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Surviving Progress, 2011

C and I are quite the fans of documentaries, and one of our favorite aspects of our Netflix service is that we get a chance to see so many that would’ve completely passed under our radar. Last week we watched … Continue reading

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Lunch box review

C and I usually pack a lunch during the working day.  Not only are we still on course with our lifestyle change (and you just can’t beat homemade for keeping those sodium levels down), but we also are trying to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan

Well, it’s been on my list forever, and I finally finished it. The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan, conflicts me. It’s changed the way I think about food and what I consume.  It’s hard to look at a soft drink … Continue reading

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Burgundy Pasture Beef, Grandview, TX

So, I’ve been reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma, by Michael Pollan.  It’s been on my reading list for pretty much ever, but I knew that once I read it, I was going to have to change my eating habits.  I’m weak, … Continue reading

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