Tag Archives: food

Saturday Morning News: March 2nd, 2013

Family Dinner: Treasured Tradition Or Bygone Ideal? A game in need of repair  Whitey Bulger Bio Profiles Boston’s Most Notorious Gangster How Did Our Brains Evolve To Equate Food With Love? One Strategy For A GOP Overhaul? Follow The Democrats’ Example To Spot Kids Who Will Overcome Poverty, Look At Babies The Oscars Broadcast, Zooming […]

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Of Youth and Age: 5 Things That Have Changed As I’ve Grown Older

Author’s Note: Let me take this space to thank my lovely wife for helping me generate some of this post’s content. By “generate content,” I mean that she helped me remember things that have changed for me as I’ve gotten older, which, evidently, was too much of a mental struggle for me.   I stole part […]

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A Place At The Table

I listen to NPR. I listen to NPR a lot. I may have even donated to my local station for two consecutive years. I may or may not also have a Bob Dylan tribute CD because of said donations. That CD may or may not be in the trash right now because Miley Cyrus and […]

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#33 My Last Meal

Administrator’s Note: We here at TTAF are taking a break from blogging for the rest of the year. We feel that it is important that we take some time off to spend with friends and family, and also to relax a bit as the past year has been hectic for all four of us. We […]

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My Last Meal

I wouldn’t consider myself preoccupied with, or particularly prone to, morbid thoughts (insofar, of course, as I’m able to judge such things, which really means it’s got about a 50/50 shot of actually being true). I have, however, on occasion, thought about the end of my life through one lens which, I would argue, reveals […]

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Friday at Five: July 27, 2012

It’s that time again. We at TTAF have had a banner week. Thanks again for reading and sharing our site. Without further ado, let’s get to the weekend. What to Do Try to find a food festival in your neck of the woods. Ever since reading David Foster Wallace’s (of course) Consider the Lobster, I’ve wanted […]

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