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Curry Stew, Katherine Style

I’m a big fan of curries.  It’s something that has literally taken me years to perfect.  I find Indian food to be my “comfort food” since I was a pesco vegetarian for six years, 2 of which I spent in … Continue reading

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The Sky is Falling

There has been a lot of internet ink spilled over the current US Presidential race.  I’m one of the many who avoids writing about political matters, but this election has bested that impulse, finally.  Tonight it seems the majority of … Continue reading

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Culture

Some recent news articles and moving from America to Canada have me thinking about culture. Each culture, at each moment, has its rules and expectations that most people would agree with and follow.  Obviously, there are always “sub-cultures” within the … Continue reading

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Who I am

Sometimes how you’ve changed sneaks up on you.  I was driving the other day and saw a skinny teenage Caucasian boy riding his bike down the street, dressed all in black.  What I noticed? “That boy needs his hair combed! … Continue reading

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