Chocolate and cherries, “Fall” and Wendell Berry. Two great pairings, paired in Kathryn Neel’s latest Eating and Drinking Poems, one you’ll want to dip in.
Whether the leaves turn in your part of the country or not, consider “A Short History of the Apple” as you slice a Jonagold to eat with Kathryn Neel’s Caramel Apple Dip.
In honor of the last days of summer, Kathryn Neel shares an old family recipe for strawberry ice cream to go with May Swenson’s poem, “Strawberrying.”
As you read Seamus Heaney’s poem “Oysters,” perhaps you, too, will start to feel the pull of the tides in each salty bite.
Kathryn Neel’s post features Jake Adam York’s poem ‘United States of Barbecue’ and a delicious lemon barbecue sauce recipe coaxed from a secretive chef.
Any truffles found to have large air bubbles or cracks will be immediately eaten by my helpers to save the embarrassment of selling an inferior truffle this weekend—one of the perks of volunteering.
To accompany the sudden rush of spring, Kathryn Neel pairs a recipe for blackberry cobbler with William Stafford’s poem “Blackberries Are Back”
I am out searching for sea turtles that might come ashore tonight and lay eggs on the beach of Canaveral National Seashore.
In this Eating and Drinking Poems post, Kathryn Neel pairs ‘cutting greens’ by Lucille Clifton with a southern recipe for collard greens.
Become a better writer and open your creativity with an Artist Date in the showroom of a Daytona Beach bike shop.
I arrive at the Blue Spring boil, where manatees dive deep, and flirt, and play, reminding me how to become a better writer.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Kathryn Neel’s latest “Eating and Drinking Poems” post features a flourless chocolate soufflé recipe with a loving ode to chocolate by Rita Dove.
In today’s literary tour, Kathryn Neel takes us into the jungle off the Atlantic coast in Florida for a colorful tour of the Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Kathryn Neel considers how to become a better writer and storyteller both now and in the future by browsing technology at Otronicon 2014.
Visit Cassadaga, a small Florida town that is a cross between Mayberry and The Twilight Zone, with a dash of Old West ghost town.
Kathryn Neel’s “Eating and Drinking Poem” post pairs Yeats’ “Hosting of the Sidhe” with a wine syllabub recipe. She discusses Irish mythology, her own personal experience abroad, and the need to set aside small bowls of cream to appease the mischievous Shidhe before making syllabub.
We learn how to become a better writer as we join Kathryn Neel on the dock and consider how to make peace with the dark.
Kathryn Neel learned how to become a better writer with help from Leonardo da Vinci and wide-eyed children who easily embraced the playfulness of genius.