Day 5.

Sorry all, I really wanted to go out to eat after class.  This is from my car window on the way to dinner….

Day 4.

Two blocks from my house, sandwiched in between two lakefront homes, there is a landing at the end of Paterson Street looking out over Lake Mendota.  Perfect for watching sunsets.  Who knew?

Day 3.

Park Street and Fish Hatchery: proof that sunsets are beautiful everywhere.

Day 2.

Day 1.

Oh… hello school.

One day I hope to be a journalist, publishing stories much more frequently, but for now I prefer blogging   because I am able to personally apologize to my readers for any lack of… Continue reading

What is a SCOBY and why should you care?

My education on kombucha began three weeks ago at Harvest Handouts when I asked Micah how the recent workshop went.  She proceeded to tell me how simple fermenting tea was and that if… Continue reading

Too Many Herbs.

Behind my house in a little 4-foot by 8-foot raised bed, there are nine basil plants, three thyme plants and two parsley plants along with some spinach, onions, leeks and tomatoes.  It is… Continue reading

Underground Food Collective.

The fire that set an apartment building and well-respected, downtown Madison restaurant ablaze on Thursday, June 30th may be old news to many, but to the founders and employees of Underground Kitchen, there… Continue reading

Urban Agriculture.

In essence, all of the agriculture F.H. King does is urban: their farm in Eagle Heights is certainly more within the city of Madison than any rural setting.  Yet although the Eagle Heights… Continue reading