Tag Archives: Now I’m Hungry

It’s The Simple Things

If you ask me about things I love, probably “apples!” isn’t the first thing that would pop into my head, just cause they’re such an ordinary thing. Then I picked up The Ghost Orchard by Helen Humphreys, which is a … Continue reading

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You know what I love? Things that are delicious! Which is basically why I picked up Flavor by Bob Homes – I hadn’t heard of it before but the cover looked tasty. (You know what I do not love? Flavour … Continue reading

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Generation A

Every now and then I pick up one of Douglas Coupland’s books because they seem like the sort of thing I should like, and then I remember how I’m just not in love with him. (I mean as an author. … Continue reading

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Real Life Sucks

Once Christmas is officially over, I always feel a little bit low. I mean, no more twinkling lights and eating gingerbread cookies as a meal? I dunno about that. (I feel Christmas carries on to Epiphany, which is not a … Continue reading

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The Life of the World to Come

I may have mentioned once or twice or twelve times that I am not the greatest reader of series. Even if I like them and totally mean to read them all, sometimes something happens and I lose momentum. (On a … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Back in the day, my mom used to regularly bake pumpkin chocolate chip muffins that everyone loved. Then somehow she lost the recipe and I had to trial and error a bunch of pumpkin muffin recipes, which are usually either … Continue reading

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Cooked: a Natural History of Transformation

Like most people, I’m a fan of food. (Popularity tip: be necessary to life.) But sometimes it seems like the more I think about it, the more stressful it is – I start worrying about cholesterol and gluten and organic … Continue reading

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