I have recently been enjoying food writer Alicia Kennedy's newsletter.
death, family, food
This past winter my grandmother died at age 100.
A few years ago after a holiday, I made a gigantic soup with the hambone and a lot of beans and veggies. She was eating very little at the time, and my folks remarked that she loved it and asked for servings of that soup for weeks after I went home.
Had some ham leftover from this Sunday, started that same soup, and the process and smell are making me very very emotional.
I’ve written a basic intro on how to read RSS in 2020, with some recommendations for feed readers.
(I started writing this a few weeks ago, but now might just be a great time to curate the news you want, and filter out the needlessly overwhelming stuff.)
My school district has been providing pick up and go lunches since they closed, and are starting to deliver them today.
Very happy they're doing this for the folks in this town who need it but I can't help but think how we're a fairly well off town overall, & wish it didn't seem to be up to the local superintendents/budgets to make those policy calls.
It's followed by a melodramatic seven and a half song about Dune that is somehow less embarrassing.
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