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Even the best intentions cannot be fulfilled unless you actually put in effort and this thought was something I contemplated as I watched the pink clouds drift overhead while waiting for the training last evening. How is it Wednesday already??? I cannot fathom and yet this is the first post all week. The intention was […]

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While in Austin with my friend James, our days entailed very late nights of watching Matt Damon movies and hanging out with his friends. They were so late that it would be early morning by the time we fell into the world of sleep. Then we would awaken mid morning and our day would begin, throwing […]

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Trudging through the warm summer air, south of Liberty Bell towards what has to be the most famous piece of Philadelphia cuisine, I was determined despite having only just landed and the impending darkness sweeping its way across the sky. Nothing was going to get in the way of me and my cheesesteak, even the warning about […]

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Spontaneity is something that begins to fall more and more by the wayside the older we get. All plans with friends nowadays always involve the date, time and place we will go and all details can found online (if not, the black hole of ‘what do I expect’ is all that fills the mind). I […]

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Have you ever kept a journal? Maybe intended to write every day for a year into a perfectly lined book? Or attempted to write your way through a journey? Well, that was my full intention when descending upon Paris. To be fully immersed as a writer and artist for a long weekend, but needless to […]

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On my first solo trip overseas, I went from Thanksgiving in Mississippi to Costa Rica and it’s Gallo Pinto to Mexico and it’s tortillas and beans from morning until evening. All this food was tasty, but I yearned for a plain old boring sandwich like I was used to and my two week stay in […]

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In my eating and research of European food and obvious availability throughout history it has become clear how much potatoes and Western European diets go hand-in-hand. I say this in part because my German born mother would and could eat potatoes every night for dinner if I hadn’t of whined so much about disliking them. […]

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If you’ve ever heard of Scotch eggs you might have found the very idea of them rather strange. Boiled eggs wrapped in minced meat and then deep fried. It doesn’t sounds very appetizing nor appealing to make, but ff you’ve been lucky (or unlucky in health terms) to try a sausage roll then scotch eggs […]

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Most of the world’s population is now confronted with a more varied multi-cultural society than ever before. Some of the generations of old may want the world to remain as one dimensional as possible, but mixing with people from other cultures and lands only expands people for the better. My weekend was a simple sign […]

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