Cambrian: Opinion

January 7, 2014 2:13 PM

Hearty soups easy to make, satisfying to serve — even for breakfast

Having spent many a moment day and night sky watching over the last month has been so satisfying for me. Next to working in the garden, that is one of my favorite things: the winter solstice, lovely Venus descending and mighty Jupiter ascending, the “super moon,” sunsets and sunrises, with resulting tugs on the tides. (I think that “king tides” followed by commensurate low tides may be what we used to call in Girl Scouts “spring tides” and “neap tides” — the highest of high tides and lowest of low tides.)

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