American, Poetry, Root Vegetables, Too Hot to Cook, Vegetable, Vegitarian

Not My Mom’s Harvard Beets … green tea with pomegranate … featured poet, Myra Schneider

My mom loved Harvard beets, which she prepared using canned beets.  Actually, not bad, but I always have to play with my food and how wonderful to play with fresh sweet and earthy jewel-toned beets. It’s too hot to use the stove or oven, so I microwaved the beets this evening, setting the scrubbed whole… Read More Not My Mom’s Harvard Beets … green tea with pomegranate … featured poet, Myra Schneider

Coffee, Poetry

Coffee Dark, Poetry Light … How to Make the Perfect Cup of Coffee … featuring poet and short story writer Dan Roberson

Coffee leads men to trifle away their time, scald their chops, and spend their money, all for a little base, black, thick, nasty, bitter, stinking nauseous puddle water. ~The Women’s Petition Against Coffee, [England 1674] to Keepers of the Liberties of Venus; The Worshipful Court of Female Assistants, &c. from the Several Thousands of Buxome Good-Women,… Read More Coffee Dark, Poetry Light … How to Make the Perfect Cup of Coffee … featuring poet and short story writer Dan Roberson

General Interest, Wine

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This site is under construction. Bare with me and do come again. Warmly, Jamie Dedes “The Poet by Day” 1997 Massimo Romeo Estates DOC Vin Santo di Montepulciano 375 mL Wine into which you might dip a biscotto * The Gentleman of the Bocce Court that other time and other place are history – so… Read More Hello World!