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Tea and Food Pairing

Learn how to cook with tea as an ingredient and relish the delicious adventure of pairing fine teas with a myriad of dishes from around the world. Come in and join us in the Wild Goose kitchen as we experiment, explore and share.

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Wild Goose On The Fly—Thanksgiving, Turkeys & Pork Chops

Why do we celebrate The Giving of Thanks only once a year?  For starters there are certain relatives whom we should only be obligated to see once a year.  Secondly finding a whole fresh turkey at a good price is nigh on impossible except at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Are Americans so dazed by  busyness and too lost […]

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Food For Thought #3

RED MEAT IS NOT BAD FOR YOU——  BLUE-GREEN MEAT—– NOW THAT’S BAD FOR YOU   BY TOM SMOTHERS  

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Wild Goose On The Fly—Scones & a Confession The End

By now the kittens were waiting for me, albeit at a distance.  Even though it smacks of personification, I think the babies not only looked forward to the treats I brought, but were snickering at the antics of this human crawling around on her belly and making rather  odd noises.  Also I did wonder what […]

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Food For Thought #2

LIFE EXPECTANCY WOULD GROW BY LEAPS AND BOUNDS IF GREEN VEGETABLES SMELLED LIKE BACON BY DOUG LARSON

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Wild Goose On The Fly—-Scones & A Confession Part 2

Wild Goose on the Fly—–Reality?   Imagination?   A Tantalizing Mix of Both? The following morning steeped in my 1950’s  best mother mode, I  prepared an eggs benedict casserole breakfast to send my family off  to work and school.   The deliciousness of the surprise eradicated any suspicion that might have arisen as to why such a dish appeared on […]