Monk In The World

To be a monk is to have time to practice for your transformation and healing. And after that to help with the transformation and healing of other people.

Thich Nhat Hanh

Sunday, October 18, 2009

And finally the ash!

I know. Not the most beautiful presentation but in the bowl with some garnish it will be.

No before and no after.

Where did all the fennel, coriander, cracked black pepper, cinnamon, leeks, butternut squash, salt, butter, garlic, apples go?

No birth, no death!

Is this the fundamental point? Maybe. But wasn't all the above the fundamental point at sometime? Or is it some place?

Cooking,

Alan
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