I am an Italian native living in Northern California. I write memoir and food stories, cook a lot and photograph the world around me.
The Happy Forever Community Garden
Once upon a time there was a traffic diverter. It was a sad
handkerchief of dirt hemmed in by red concrete, its only
decoration a “Do Not Enter” sign addressed to drivers, with the
promise of a $75 minimum fine for violators.
Making Cheese with Lao Tzu
The morning after, I hold in my hands my first little wheel of cheese.
The Physicist and the Baker
A bit of oil is sprinkled on the surface, the lid goes on and the dough goes into the fridge. See you tomorrow.
The the Happy Forever Community Garden Bears Fruit
This is the second article narrating the story of a tiny community garden...
More Dirt on the Happy Forever Community Garden
In this third article narrating the story of a tiny community garden...
Happy Forever Community Gardener Gets Educated
That’s me, talking to a slug while getting rid of it...