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NOW MUSING (#369)
Finding Uses
December 16, 2018

ANECDOTAL COOKING (#62)
Modal Doldrums
October 1, 2018
TRAVEL PORTRAIT (#73)
A Clear-Cut Sculpture
November 11, 2018

REPEATER
Spherical Bite-Sized Broths
January 3, 2010

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY (#105)
Endurable Goods
December 10, 2018
SOUND SHOPPING (#17)
Breakfast Blend
November 8, 2011
MARBLE[WO]MAN (#39)
BLOG: January 22, 2012
ANALOGUE: Pondering Phantasms

MR. POTTY MOUTH (Revisited)
March 8, 2016

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Welcome to EatIngredients.com -- a podcast and website dedicated to poetry and foodstuff.

The inspiration for Eat Ingredients came from the attempt to decompress from a nebulous schedule as paced by maintaining a social media lifestyle within the Information Society.

Now settled into this Century's complexities, the legacy (in) transition (constantly) triggers tipping points, stressors that challenge workflow habits as well as influence the eating of ingredients. Hence my need and want to muse and munch. Taking the time to actually prepare a meal, list the ingredients, and write poetry has been a good experiential and conceptual counterbalance between utility and gadgetry.

Ideas for combinations came from reading food magazines, cookbooks, websites, and watching cooking shows on television--as well as whatever craving I had at the time. In most cases the ingredients in the recipe were the result of what was available and on sale at the supermarket, open produce markets, specialty shoppes, and whatever was lingering in the refrigerator and/or cupboard at home. Several of the recipes have been prepared once, but have been labeled as repeaters, meaning "make that again."

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Thanks for taking the time to visit EatIngredients.com.

 

Feel free to exercise thought by sending me an email regarding preparation nuances. You may eat easy when you eat ingredients. (Disclaimer)
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