You haven’t heard much from me, and following are my excuses reasons. Did I mention I was moving? Well I was, and I have…to an office that’s not in my house. It’s a big, perhaps crazy, move given the economy, but I feel good about it. Here’s a photo of moving out of the home […]
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March 18th, 2009 · 2 Comments · General
Looks like our Kansas lawmakers again are wasting taxpayers’ time and money but seeking legislation to shelter dairies that use recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH) to boost milk production. We’ve been here before. Enough already. Tell your lawmakers. The Center for Food Safety makes it easy.
March 4th, 2009 · Comments Off on Up and sitting again at last · General
I’m happy to report that I’m writing from my new office, but this post isn’t going to have a lot to do with food. I trust you’ll forgive me. I have moved into a space with friend Lynn Byczynski, publisher of Growing for Market, in a pleasant building with an excellent location. I was ready […]
February 9th, 2009 · Comments Off on Hungry for more time! · General
This post isn’t food-related. Instead of working on content for this or Homecookingrevival.com, as I should, I finally got around to putting some stuff up on my “professional” site, at janetmajure.com. It’s very vanilla (hey, that’s food!) in appearance, but if you have a chance to look at comment, that would be great! As to […]
February 4th, 2009 · Comments Off on JCCC puts sustainable food on menu · General
There’s something weird and wonderful about the sustainable agriculture programs at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kans. Those programs include academics and multiple outreach efforts. The weird part is that JCCC is situated smack in the middle of Johnson County, a fine example of U.S. suburban sprawl-in other words, probably not the first […]
The presidential inauguration day was too momentous an event to let pass without note, so I invited some friends over to share in some Obama favorites—mainly chili—to celebrate. Although so far Barack Obama hasn’t strongly indicated a shift away from the agriculture policies that give us cheap soda pop and expensive fruit, I’m willing to […]