Posts tagged amuse bouche
amuse bouche: biodegradable

Compost making class Extreme patriotism / chauvinism /  partisanship = little piles of dirt arguing over which piles of dirt they belong to and which long-since-turned-to-dirt people they believe in.

In the grand scheme of things, does it really matter 'who ya wit'? or 'what set you claimin'?

"By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return." - Genesis 3:19 (NIV)

cheers, k

photo: Compost making class by Milkwooders, on Flickr

amuse bouche: hosting a dinner party


"As W.S. Gilbert said, 'When planning a dinner party, what's more important than what's on the table, is what's on the chairs.' " ~ from, "Giving a Dinner Party (I)" in Life Is Meals: A Food Lover's Book of Days


I sometimes imagine the afterlife as a decadent feast that never ends. Only in heaven, you're surrounded by all the wonderful people you love, and in hell, you're surrounded by all the awful people you hate. The finest meal can be a misery if the wrong people are at the table. And last night's leftovers becomes a royal banquet when shared with pleasurable company. The best dinner parties are those where each person brings their own special something to the table, yet everyone shares a common trait: the ability to just let go and savor the moment.



amuse bouche: stay flexible

Cat stretch Nov 2005

Learning how to deal with tough times and uncertainty can be difficult. But adaptability and flexibility certainly help. That's the reason why cats always land on their feets - they have flexible spines. People who always land on their feet do so because they have flexible mindsets and attitudes. Instead of getting stuck on one way to do something, one way to learn, one way to be, flexible people arrange the pieces they've been given in each situation to create an optimal result.