Quick link: If you were amused by the meal names I sort of made up for my local food logs — “second dinner” and the like — you might want to read this article about the evolution of meal names and times from an old History Magazine. Fun for geeks, fun for geeks… and thanks to Peter for pointing it out. And now, back to my homework!
More than a day after the end of my eating local experiment, I’m still very much in “Hungry Tracy writes down everything she eats” mode: So far today I have eaten cottage cheese pancakes made with Nancy’s cottage cheese and Umpqua sour cream and Raynblest Farm happy chicken eggs and flour and baking powder and suchforth of unknown origin, fried in Umpqua butter and served with Apple Hill Farm applesauce and Danish Orchards blackberry jam. Also I had a little more than a cup of Wandering Goat organic and fair trade french roast coffee with Umpqua half and half and sugar of unknown origin. But Peter and I did the big dumb breakfast because James was visiting and it’s fun to show off for guests. On a more ordinary day we might have just had Tracy granola with Nancy’s yogurt or homemade no-knead bread with cheese. Continue reading