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marilyn-kallet's picture
Jan.25.2014
     I teach in France because I love the wine and the food, and the men are farouche--handsome, wild, artful, and not ageist.  My women friends are spectacular--expressive, poetical, smart, gorgeous, and great cooks! I teach in France because the villagers in Auvillar are...
suellen-ocean's picture
Oct.08.2012
Planting fava beans in your garden will attract butterflies and bees that pollinate your other crops and fix nitrogen into your soil. Great for companion planting, fava beans will get a little tall and could shade things but you can always pull them or trim them and as a benefit you can eat them....
marilyn-kallet's picture
Jun.25.2012
Banquet for the Muse Deep France feeds me and my work!  I write in Auvillar each spring; for part of the time I act as a poetry workshop leader for the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts at their French site.  The workshop is called “O Taste & See: Writing the Senses in Deep France...
suellen-ocean's picture
Mar.11.2012
It takes practice but a cast iron skillet is a fabulous way to cook without oil. You can add a tiny bit of water or broth to the skillet. For example, frozen corn and onions on the skillet with a tiny bit of water - cover and simmer a few minutes Before all the water gets cooked out, crack a couple...
marilyn-kallet's picture
Oct.29.2010
Why France?  All those frenzied people in the streets, protesting the loss of two years' retirement benefits, all those threats from Bin Laden--what else?  O yes, that volcano last summer (Really?  A volcano?  Yup, in Iceland, remember--it trashed air itineraries for a month)  Why the hell would...
marilyn-kallet's picture
Jan.11.2010
I can't believe that time is going by so fast!  The next writing workshop in Southwest France will take place May 17-24th, and we have only three spots left.   The workshop, "O Taste and See: Writing the Senses in Deep France," offers a life-enriching experience.  The sights and sounds...