Waking Ideas Publishing - Health & Life Stories
Written By Danny Nicolas
"We believe that food is something that brings people together. Every one has a story to tell, and more often than not, food is involved. Remedy Quarterly gives people, whether professional food writers or top-notch grandmas, a place to share their stories and recipes, much like the community cookbooks that inspired us."
On the Eat Make Read about page, she writes,
"i’m a graphic designer by day, a maker, baker and blogger by night. in addition to eatmakeread, i publish a magazine, remedy quarterly."
"I began eat make read in february 2008 as a way to cure boredom and push myself to do more. it has blossomed into a food blog and accompanying happy hour that makes me a very happy lady. where i was once a super picky eater, i am now open to trying (and making) way more than i could have ever imagined, or as my husband says, "daring is the new normal". "
In a recent post about rhubarb & ginger crumb bars, she writes,
"I’ve become a rhubarb stalker. It’s kind of embarrassing. In the past month I’ve repeatedly called stores to see if they have it; I’ve traveled to different markets just in case the bigger ones might have it before my smaller farmers market might. I neeeeed it! I know I sound a little bonkers—I kind of am, but rhubarb means spring. It means the start of no jackets, the scent of fresh flowers filling the air, long, wandering walks—you know, all those things I’ve been dreaming about for months. Well, it finally arrived at my market this past weekend so you know I loaded up. Not only did I find rhubarb, but I think I may have found my favorite way to use it—I’ve made this recipe twice in one week—it’s that good."
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