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Working Magic with Teff

Twenty years ago, I borrowed my Mum’s copy of Sundays at Moosewood Restaurant cookbook. I was looking to expand my world cuisine knowledge and cooking skills. In the section on Ethiopian cooking, I found a recipe for Injera, a flatbread from…

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Scotch Broom Magic

When I first traveled to the Pacific Northwest, it was spring. Scotch Broom lit the hills afire with it’s weedy, yellow blossoms. I loved it. My local guides, however, maligned this brilliant, rugged shrub. In 1850, Captain Walter Colquhoun Grant…

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Dawn Redwood Magic

When I first touched a Dawn Redwood tree at the Mount Pisgah Arboretum in Eugene, I was kind of shocked by his energy. It was joyous, wise, playful, strong, bursting forth like a gloriuos firework that just never ends. That…

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