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Simple food and comfort.

Old Fashioned Vanilla Peach Cake

Old Fashioned Vanilla Peach Cake 1 cup butter, softened 2 cups vanilla cane sugar 3 large eggs, room temperature 2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour, divided 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt ½… Continue reading

Designers changing the world, part III

Originally posted on Lust for Green:
Is it possible that you never heard about this amazing project? “Flow™ is a revolutionary beehive invention, allowing you to harvest honey without opening the hive and with…

How modern humans ate their way to world dominance

Originally posted on Ancientfoods:
 The Batwa hunter-gatherers collect and roast wild yams in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest in Uganda. The difference between humans and their closest relatives is partly a matter of…

The History Of Pimm’s

Originally posted on RecipeReminiscing:
Pimm’s is a brand of fruit cups, but may also be considered a liqueur. It was first produced in 1823 by James Pimm and has been owned by Diageo…

Ramen Decoded

Ramen has noted to be cheap and full of additives, not to mention the salt content. Here is a real food replacement that satisfies.

Lil Pommes Anna’s

Pommes Anna or Anna potatoes, is a classic French dish of sliced, layered potatoes cooked in a very large amount of melted butter. The recipe calls for firm-fleshed potatoes and butter only. Potatoes… Continue reading

Why home-grown food is up to ten times better than arable crops

Why home-grown food is up to ten times better than arable crops.

Colorful Musings

Just wanted to share a colorful idea for spring.

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