Monthly Archives: December 2013

Parsley – The Herb of Death

The most boring thing on your plate is about to get exciting. I’m talking about that unwanted, castoff garnish found on dinner plates everywhere – parsley. In Greek mythology an infant prince named Opheltes was left unattended by his nurse … Continue reading

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Christmas With The Dead

In Finland the heart of Christmas traditions involve remembering the dead. For hundreds of years Finns held fast to the belief that the dead returned to be with their families at sundown on Christmas Eve. It used to be that … Continue reading

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Nourishing Death on Storify

Nourishing Death is now on Storify! There are sections on food and death issues in the news, a collection of photographs of food being served and prepared for funerals around the globe, a look at Mexico’s death positive food culture … Continue reading

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