2022 may very well go down in my books as the toughest year of my life. The number of losses I've suffered since December are mounting. First came our bunny rabbit, Poe, in December. Then my father in January, followed by deciding to close the business in March. And yesterday, letting go of our 12 year old family dog, Rohan, my "first-born," the one who came with marriage and preceded children.
He fought a good fight, as all dogs who love their humans do, but his degenerati
When I began the buildout at Spoonfoolery over four years ago, I envisioned a classroom like no other—a place where kids could learn all about the food they eat, how to make it, and where it comes from. The place to go for after-school classes, weekend events, school break workshops, summer camps, and even family celebrations. For a brief time (about 18 months), I was able to do pretty much all of that here. But we were still getting our sea legs when COVID hit, and along wit