It’s interesting what a wireless connection and some bad weather (well, for Florida, “bad weather,” meaning it’s warm but cloudy and not beachable) will do for random ‘net surfing. Came across this article in Slate while looking for one about grammar, “Not a Turkey in the Bunch: Christmas feasts from the top-five food magazines,” by Sara Dickerman. A fun article and concept: for five nights in a row, Dickerman made “the meal” as described in five different cooking magazines. Sounds like they had fun, although I sure hope Slate picked up the grocery bill– not to mention the diet clinic and gym plan it would take to get back to normal after all this.
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