A Spiritual Memoir of Food and Faith
How the Soil Might Save Us
U.S. society has shorn food production of its spiritual dimension. Fred Bahnson and Ragan Sutterfield explore this issue from different directions.
One Suburban Family, Four Rules, and 365 Days of Homegrown Adventure in Pursuit of Christian Living
An Eater's Manual
Some Holy Ways to Eat
34 Writers on Feasting and Fasting toward God
A good meal is hard to find
Late in life, my mother confessed that she never enjoyed cooking. "But," she said, "I did take satisfaction in serving simple
meals to my family." Well, there's no such thing as a simple meal anymore.
Terra Brockman on food and feasting
"We often have the idea of the feast appearing magically from the kitchen without labor. But the participatory aspect is the most important part of the feast."
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