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Natasha Bynum - Spring Quarter 2017

Seminar Weekly: Week Three

SOS: ComAlt, Seminar Pre-Writing Week 3 25 April 2017 Word Count: 404   Passages: “White folks always discovering something… but after we give it up. By the time they got to the bugaloo, we were doing the ‘tighten up.’ By… Continue Reading →

Week Three: Theory to Practice

“The challenge for those of us involved in food localization is to be able to see such pockets of aliveness and wholeness in our emerging foodshed and in our communities and to protect them, to catalyze their replication- and then… Continue Reading →

Tasting Lab Week Three: A Walk in the Woods

During this week’s Seminar Tasting Lab, Kat and Meghan made us a delicious spread of mostly-foraged and local food. We ate a quiche made from wild carrots and mushrooms with local “yard” eggs. This was accompanied by crepes made from… Continue Reading →

Seminar Weekly: Week Two

SOS: ComAlt, Seminar Pre-Writing Week 2 18 April 2017 Word Count: 310   Passages: “We had a big house and a lot of land. That’s important! Some land! Black people got to have some land!” (Smart-Grosvenor 1970: 4) “African Americans… Continue Reading →

Tasting Lab Week Two: Cornbread and Greens

For this week’s tasting lab, Linsey and Doug made us a delicious lunch of southern cornbread and dressed local greens.   Doug provided the salad, which included arugula, lettuce, kale, and bitters of dandelion and mustard greens – all local,… Continue Reading →

Tasting Lab Week One: Three Sisters

For Week One, Meghan and I made lunch and devised Seminar Questions. They are as follows:   Students:  Natasha Bynum, Meghan O’Kelley Materials and Methods (ingredients and recipes):  Market Spice Tea (black tea, orange, and cinnamon), 3 sisters soup (onions, garlic,… Continue Reading →

Seminar Weekly: Week One

SOS: ComAlt, Seminar Pre-Writing Week 1 11 April 2017 Word Count: 353   Passages: “An evening with good food and good vibrations from the people with whom you’re eating – that’s the kind of evening that turns me on. I… Continue Reading →

Week One and Two: Local Food Through Sustainable South Sound

Before I say anything else, I would like to say that coordinating hours and tasks with an internship is an entirely different beast than working independently.   This quarter I will be working as an intern with Sustainable South Sound… Continue Reading →

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