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Culinate Newsletter December 8 10

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

 With her thoughtful and quirky takes on cooking, kitchens, food sheds, shopping — well, just about everything related to food — Dinner Guest blogger Joan Menefee always shifts my thinking in a new direction. This week, [/mix/dinnerguest/kitchendrawers  "her blog post"] challenges us to take a look at what's in our kitchen drawers and ask some questions about the stuff.

 Where does it come from? Who made it? What is it made of? And those are just the beginning. As Joan says, we can see the world flowing into our kitchens, if we look. 

 Is there a better time than this month of gifts and gifting, supplies and surpluses, eating and drinking, and general hoopla not to take anything for granted — and try to connect it to a bigger picture, a wider world?

 Kim Carlson
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