March Hares and Spring Madness

2Mar2016
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A little Spring madness begins with a strong blue sky and ends sitting outside at the School Lunch Table at Camont. I can’t help but jump and plant and cook and plot the Summer garden. Yay Spring! The Wednesday market…

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Travel Japan: FIO- an Urban Farm

24Jan2016
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Travel. It’s good for you. Get out of town. Change your point of view. Be a little uncomfortable. Eat something you never ate before. Get a little lost. Trust me, you’ll find yourself. Travel Japan. That’s been me this week…

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Winter Focus: a manifesto in color

8Dec2015
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These winter days have been unkind to many- death comes knocking too close. Darker days send some into their own underworld and Demeter punishes us all looking for her daughter. We all suffer watching the violence and the pain as…

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Summer souvenirs of cool French cooking

25Jul2015
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  Summer Cooking Classes during a heatwave? ? Of course, if you are within the cooler stone walls of Camont’s natural air conditioned interior world. Even during la canicule of 2015, we must cook; I just change my attention to how I cook.…

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Camp Cassoulet 2013

31Oct2013
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  This year marks the 7th Annual Camp Cassoulet at Camont!  Although I always give credit to the BEAN as the star of the show, this year we are featuring a special appearance by an honored guest- HAM. Pack an…

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le weekends at Camont: the friends sessions

28May2012
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Remember those special times when Bob and George and Willie got together and jammed all night? Or the Duke dropped by with his entourage for a mid-summer masquerade fest? How about when your favorite friends showed up with a hamper full of…

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