Food for the Soul
I want to start the year by sharing two beautiful documentaries that I hope will inspire you. Even though resolutions are always a possitive way to start a New Year, more times … Continue reading
Are markets the heart of a community? With every social interaction, noise getting louder, the different smells overpowering at times but adding to the experience, and the infinite color palettes … Continue reading
Labor of Love.
The thing about small towns is that everything is worth talking about, so when Walnut Street in New Braunfels, TX became a never-ending road construction and changed from excitement to … Continue reading
The Baker’s Wife?
A bow, an ear? A cow, or the baker’s wife? Mexican bread has funny names, each piece with a little childish sense of humor, from who knows who and … Continue reading
Boggy Creek Farm
http://www.boggycreekfarm.com What a treat it is these days to be able to buy food from a local organic farm. Even more if it is one inside the city limits. … Continue reading
When I was 7 years old, my parents bought a property outside Mexico City. Every weekend we would drive up to the mountains to find refuge in a very small … Continue reading
Martin Cassiano started working as a beekeeper when he was 18 years old. Thirty-five years later, he has become an expert in the world of bees. Today he manages 400 … Continue reading