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Palermo, Capital of Sicily

I only spent one evening in Palermo, the capital of Sicily, despite spending eleven weeks in Covid19 isolation, only thirty minutes away. Palermo has a

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The Bumpy Road Home

There are days I surprise myself. Good days. And then other days, equally surprised, nowhere good. Today is the latter. Today I can’t help thinking

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Sicilian Roads

I’ve come to love the Sicilian roads. Everywhere on the island they are the same. Far more than a network of pavement connecting places. More

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Channel 2 News Tulsa

Very grateful to Katie Keleher at KJRH Channel 2 News in Tulsa for doing this story. I really appreciate that she reached out to the

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Hard Days

6 June 2020. Maybe it’s the full moon. Maybe it’s the wind. The wind is relentless today, followed by yesterday’s rain. Maybe I’ve been too

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A Home-cooked Meal

Home is food. More than that, it is the experiences and memories of how we eat food. Home for me is the sharing of food, cooked at home by many hands and enjoyed with abundance.

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Valley of the Temples, Agrigento, Sicily

Valley of the Temples in southern Sicily dates back to the 6th Century BCE and was home to almost half a million citizens. One of the most impressive archeological sites in the world, it has an amazing collection of temples from the Ancient Greek world.

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