By Robert Norton I once heard an old black pastor say, “If you want to have a meeting and it’s not over food, that’s called an email!” Not long after, someone interjected, “that brother’s in the book!” There’s something to be discovered, a reality to enter, when community is cultivated around a hot plate. I… Read More Made for Unity
Food, Embodiment, and Our Struggle with Ourselves by Jackie Kohl The holiday season takes its toll. Family gatherings, parties, church festivities, gift-giving, Christmas baking, decorating, and countless other traditions pile-up on top of normal routines. And, as we ought, we merrily feast, give thanks, and celebrate. The season ends every year, leaving us groggy, uncomfortable,… Read More New Year, New You?