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Before the Flood

This blog has never been about any one thing. I don’t have the attention span or focus for that. But I do tend to discuss (or photograph and think a lot about) food and cooking. We need to eat to live so yeah, it’s on my mind. Though I have a tendency to make it more personal, unlike many food bloggers. Maybe I reveal too much. But I prefer to hear what something may mean to someone and why. And I have been ruminating about and revising just such a blog post for several weeks now. Hoping to finish formulating these thoughts soon and to push them out into the world. It won’t be all-encompassing but more of a snapshot of what I’ve come to think and believe, and a blueprint for how I plan to continue on that path. In the mean time? Tuesday’s five good things (including one somewhat terrifying tidbit):

Right now it’s time to scarf down the lunch contained within Mr. Bento. And to look ahead to tonight’s kid-free dinner (which means being able to choose a restaurant that my picky kid “hates”). Tanpopo Noodle Shop? I don’t like the idea of it being in peril. Or perhaps the newly relocated Heartland? Gandhi Mahal? Namaste? All options sound good to me right now. All at once. Yum.

on the dock at Lake Pepin


  1. Mark wrote:

    Looking forward to your post about getting personal on a foodblog. I’ve been thinking about this a lot all of the sudden because I want to start writing about “more real” things that, yeah, currently aren’t known by my entire (-ly small) readership. Anyway, my latest post on this is a href=””>here.

    Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 3:31 am | Permalink
  2. Mark wrote:

    Oops sorry about the bum link.

    Wednesday, July 28, 2010 at 3:31 am | Permalink
  3. Sharyn wrote:

    No big! I’m *still* hammering out the promised post…but I did read yours.

    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at 1:23 pm | Permalink

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