Ever since I was a teenager, I remember having peers tell me privately that they appreciated when I raised my hand to ask a clarifying question. Or to challenge something I had heard by asking questions of those in authority. They would tell me they had the same questions but were too scared to speak … Read More
It seems like the last time we made this Swedish meatballs recipe was an age ago, but now that it’s truly getting colder I imagine we will be making it again soon! As you may remember, we try to make things as low sodium as possible so we took a couple of different recipes and … Read More
Not long ago, my husband was on a chicken kick and I went searching for new to us chicken recipes. I found this recipe for minestrone (aptly named Jamie’s Minestrone) and didn’t notice that it had chicken broth, not actual chicken in it. Never fear! We decided to adapt it and add chicken. Later, as … Read More
If you claim someone with a disability has inspired you, what were you inspired to do? The very word “inspire” involves the idea that someone is provoked to take action. I and others like me will never be viewed as equal if we continue to be reduced to being a source of warm fuzzies and objectified as life lessons.