Love & Wild Honey: The Bio
Hey there! If you have wandered your way into this neck of the woods, I greet you with tidings of good food. For 16 years I have been teaching World Cultures and Religions and travelling the world as one of the means to that end. But there was so much I loved, obsessively researched and have learned that did not fit in my curriculum.
Thus began the creation of this dynamic space.
What is this blog about? Three things:
- Eating and Cooking good food. 2. Musings on how food is philosophically intertwined with our lives and the environment we live in. 3. Celebrating food from cultures around the world. How did the blog get its name? Love is the undercurrent of all things good in our lives and in cultures around the world. The foundation if you will. Honey is the sweetness or fruit of those labors. One of the greatest cultural discoveries related to honey is that honey has been found in Georgia, the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs as well as in homes dating back to the Roman Empire. What is interesting is that it can, under the right conditions, can be edible! Sounds ridiculously close to eternal, that is, if thousands of years old honey sounds “eternal” to you as it does me. Wild honey? Well, if it was good enough for John the Baptist! Never mind those locusts. Love and wild honey.
Join me on this great journey!
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