As you are reading this, I will be away on a retreat focused on a new discipline called “contemplative care” at the Garrison Institute in Garrison, New York –a beautiful monastery located on the banks of the Hudson River. This three-day retreat is based on meditative practice, teachings, and silence, and is related to the work I do with hospice. During these three days, why not browse the blog — there are 75 consecutive posts (surely you have missed a few!) — and choose three you most enjoyed. Let me know your thoughts. Perhaps you will even try a new recipe, or two. I will be back in touch on Monday with renewed energy. A thought while I’m away. Think about cooking in silence. I often do. You will be amazed how resounding the “sounds of cooking” in the kitchen can be. Namaste.
The 1-2-3 Collection
- So cool to run into uber-chef @ChefDavidBurke @TheCecilHarlem last night. 1 week ago
- Riding the Wave of New Israeli Cuisine: A Modern Sephardic Seder. huff.to/1Vm4UFG @HuffPostTaste @HuffPostBlog @HuffPost24x7 1 week ago
- Don't miss @handwrittenwork Recipe #9 Lemon Pie handwrittenwork.com/inhandwriting/… 2 weeks ago
- RT @philipruskin: Extraordinary "silent dinner" for @NYZCCC exp chef @Jayastafa vegan menu w/ all senses.Never smiled so much at a meal..B… 2 weeks ago