cooking class love

Cooking Class: Caution! Lot of Love Is Involved


The best cooking class one can have is on cookie from the heart, with love.

The other days a friend and I were having a debate over table manners. He thought they were some sort of elitist ploy to keep lesser beings in their place and that manners were to be mostly ignored. I heartily disagreed, but had no ready answer to defend my position. And that started me musing.

Cooking Class, Love Class, Gratitude Class
Partaking of food is one of the fundamental needs - of life - of survival. Sharing food with others means you are offering them . . .

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Belinda is a writer, editor, explorer, cook and gardener. She loves to travel and goes wherever frequent flyer miles will take her. When she is not roving round the planet, diving in the sea, or skiing down a mountain she might be found working in her impractically large vegetable garden or sitting amidst a stack of cookbooks concocting ideas for some crazy new thing to cook in the kitchen. She has practiced yoga for twenty years and two years ago started a meditation practice, which is still very much a work in progress. She lives in Northern California.