Or, the time I called Cincinnati chili “bisexual” in a food journal
Or, on lavender, the language of flowers, queer healing, and cookies.
Last June, my partner discovered a raspberry bush straddling a parking lot and a church garden, which have both since been bulldozed and turned into an apartment building we cannot afford to live in.
Despite being an Ohioan by birth, the pizza that’s captured my heart is actually California-style pizza–a thinner crust, olive oil or pesto instead of tomato sauce, and fresh, local ingredients.
Food and community: make delicious cornbread, support LGBTQ+ hurricane victims, and come out for Bi Week!
Bake some zucchini bread and do work on yourself to be a better ally.
A three-course Hannibal-inspired meal. “When Love was shown me with such terrors fraught/ As may not carelessly be spoken of.”
Am I doing this right?
It’s true–nothing says “Christmas cookie” to the Ohioan like spritz. So, to accompany today’s very Midwestern holiday cookie recipe, here are some organizations that support queer rights and reproductive justice in the general vicinity of my hometown in southern Ohio.
October is my favorite month–the leaves! Halloween! Autumn produce! Unfortunately, it’s also a high-travel month for both me and my partner, and we often have work trips back-to-back and independently of each other, which means I am behind on updating and cooking projects (and rewatching Hannibal, garden pruning, and so on). Here’s a pizza we made…
Chai-spiced cream scones with roasted pears? Yes.
Oh, and I suppose you could serve this with a nice Chianti, but only if you pronounce it correctly.