Author Archives: Amy Greene
Hope you’re enjoying your weekend, friends. Here in NC, we’ve had a marvelous one so far, having attended a thoroughbread racing event yesterday with good friends against a backdrop of blue sky with poofs of red and orange leaves fluttering down. … Continue reading
People often ask, “If you were to eat just a few foods, which would be the very best ones to eat?”…but I believe that is what my grandfather used to refer to as a “sucker’s question.” It tries to narrow … Continue reading
Take a look at the link below to read a bit about a bill proposed by Maine’s Chellie Pingree (D-ME) that attempts to change the nation’s food policy by supporting local and regional farmers. The bill, known as the Local Farm, Food, and Jobs … Continue reading
“You must do the thing you think you cannot do.” – Eleanor Roosevelt
Recently, Experience L!fe posted an article that pulls together and explains some of the past “competing” theories about saturated fats (Good? Bad? Needed? Avoid?). I like how this piece provides some insight as to considering the theories together, based on current … Continue reading
“Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to loose.” –Steve Jobs
I was about half way through David Brooks’ book The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character and Achievement (Random House, 2011) when it hit me: It’s social. I first noticed Brooks’ book cradled in Renee Zellweger’s arm in … Continue reading
How have you cooked or served your farmers market booty (fine fruits and vegetables, that is) this summer? Do tell.
A must-read: “How to Save a Trillion Dollars” By Mark Bittman …Positively brilliant.