While I use the process of creating food as a spiritual practice, the rhythmic kneading of bread an embodiment of my prayer practice, I don’t find the process of eating the works of my hands all that fulfilling. I’m driven by what happens when I share my creation with others. Their joy.Read More
As I carry on my day, mixing pitas and shaping brioches, munching tomatoes and cooking squashes, I seek to remember that all around me life abounds. In the wake of overwhelming death and destruction, I turn to the Bread that reminds me of life.Read More
So today, as I celebrate the risen Christ, I celebrate the fact that these beautiful women are standing beside Him bursting with freedom and joy. I celebrate the fact that one day I too will join them, and all of our prior disagreements will be meaningless. I celebrate that in Christ's death we find life everlasting.Read More
If the Divine Creator has taken pains to give us delicious and exquisite things to eat, the LEAST we can do is prepare them well and serve them with ceremony.Read More
The story of the Gospel is a story of meals. A meal that brought destruction coupled with a meal that brings restoration.
God thinks food is a pretty big deal. And by participating in His meal, we have a responsibility to think so too.Read More
This blog is meant to relay my own exploration into the intersection of faith, food, and culture in order to best understand environmental and nutritional health; to view food in a way that is healthful, sustainable, and ethical without being classist, elitist, or racist.Read More