Virgil on November 27, 2013

Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday that celebrates family and being thankful for all the good things we have. It is a day of respite and relaxation, one to be savored. It really makes no difference that the holiday we have all experienced in our lifetimes bears no resemblance to the reality of what is called […]

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Virgil on November 18, 2013

Nostalgia can make you crave foods you ate as a child. I wrote recently about my mother’s canned corned beef hash and eggs, a super easy and decidedly non-gourmet meal that I remember fondly and hadn’t had in years. When I made it, it was still good. Read Momma’s corned beef hash and eggs. My […]

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Virgil on November 17, 2013

This blog is dedicated to my dog, Maudie, aka Little Buddy. It was a nod to a great companion in all ways that also happens to like any food that humans eat. I thought it was kind of cute, many in my family thought I was insane. Maybe I am. If I am, so is […]

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Virgil on November 14, 2013

I reported on the outing of various “all natural” foods that were not natural, including the lawsuit against PepsiCo, owner of Naked Juice. See “‘Natural’ doesn’t mean natural, organic, or good.” The problem with the misrepresentation of Naked Juice was that it has both GMOs and synthetic chemicals in it. Now, you can get up […]

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