Weekend Reading: New Poems, Essays and Recipes (March 6, 2010)
A cornucopia of stimulating (and mouthwatering) reading awaits you.
We've got something for everyone's tastes this weekend: a great two-part poem, three new recipes and four new essays in Readers Journal. (As a special bonus, I won't even mention Survival+, heh.)
Let's start with the first stanzas of a singularly insightful and evocative poem by
The Working World
Next up, two new reader essays and two topical feature stories from oilprice.com.
20 Resilient Responses for Troubled Times
Black and gold: oil and the US dollar
Iraqi Elections Likely To Fuel Ethnic Tensions,
Further Delay Access To Kirkuk's Reserves
Yemen’s Push Into the Gas Sector Fails to Stimulate Great Excitement and
Raises Disturbing Questions
Readers submitted three terrific new recipes to What's For Dinner At Your House?:
Crock Pot Recipe for Deer Meat Stew
Real Homemade Mac and Cheese
Dan's Man-Made Cornbread
There are now 12 scrumptuous recipes in this issue, so check them all out.
Knowledgeable reader George V. submitted an important story which I recommend: THE TRUE COST OF CHEAP FOOD. This explains why heavily subsidized (yes, subsidized by taxpayers) corporate agribusiness "cheap" food destroys the economies of agricultural-based economies.
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