See that cute little tomboy in the lower right hand of that photo? That’s me in fourth grade. Playing team sports year-round and growing more aware by the day of […]
I found this note in a ninth grade schoolbook version of Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice.” #feministkitchen via Instagram.
I promise the Feminist Kitchen wasn’t only created for the book club, but I haven’t had much time lately to blog about interesting women-in-food news, like the awesome public scolding […]
I’m so excited for tomorrow’s get-together to talk about “Tomorrow There Will Be Apricots.” We’ll meet at 7 p.m. at Elaine’s Pork and Pie, 2113 Manor Road. Hopefully we can […]
A validated parking garage pass from the School of Human Ecology (aka SHE), the new Home Ec. Or maybe it’s HumEc.
(Editor’s note: This is another guest post from my friend Kimberly Wilmot Voss, who has written a number of excellent pieces for the Feminist Kitchen in the past year or […]
Today is my grandmother’s birthday. She’ll likely be celebrating the day quietly with my parents in Aurora, the Missouri town in which she has lived for more than 60 of […]
Sorry for the late notice on this, friends, but at 7 p.m. at BookPeople tonight, I’ll be interviewing Bob Spitz, who last year published “Dearie,” which might be the longest, […]
What a sweet surprise from a friend who passed through Visby, Sweden, the Gotland hometown of my ancestors who emigrated to America. My thoughtful friend sent a card to my […]
From this week’s Wall Street Journal, a “story” about mommy bloggers who hate their home lives so much that they just can’t wait to get away and hang with their […]
We had so many good options on the table for the next Feminist Kitchen book club that I decided to just plan the next three books that we’ll read and […]
This SXSW Interactive photo got buried on my phone. Too good not to post here.
I’m cheating on my 1000 Words premise by typing these words, but these two images require a little explaining. Both are hanging on the walls of Elaine’s Pork & Pie, […]
Tomorrow night, we’ll be meeting at Elaine’s Pork and Pie, 2113 Manor Road next to Eastside Cafe, at 7 p.m. to talk about Babette’s Feast. I rented the movie from […]
From today’s Parade magazine.
What kind of a difference can a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios and chocolate milk make in the life of a troubled young kid? A lot, it turns out. I’m […]
This post is a hard one to write because I respect and adore both Pat Sharpe, the longtime food editor at Texas Monthly with whom I interned before I started […]
Since we’re still talking about women having it all, let’s talk about this woman trying to have it all. First off, for a review of the SXSW Interactive panel called […]
If you’re going to get a flat tire out in the middle of nowhere, it might as well be at a vineyard where several hundred people at a cookoff are […]