Thank goddess for Alison Roman, the My Fishing Line Isn’t The Only Thing I Get Wet Shirt and by the same token and New York Times cooking app, and Jessica Seinfeld. I also am fully ready to support all my favorite local spots the second we can. My family has gotten quite savage [rating my dishes] though: I got a six out of ten for my tempura. WTF??!! I did get a nine for my cauliflower tacos, though. I’ve usually got a few books on the go—both fiction and non-fiction—and I am diving into Jen Gotch’s The Upside of Being Down. I just sent my essential, A Peoples History of the United States by Howard Zinn, to my nephew. I’m also devouring Garden Can Be Anywhere by Lauri Kranz, which is amazing and my bible for my own garden in process.
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