“WHEN COWS FLEW”

By John Grey Tornado's been through. Time to make what from whatever. See what fell enough to need to be taken down. Or to admire the still standing structures. say hosannas to unknown architects. Once again it's hammered home that the earth has weather and we're left with the rest. And it's arbitrary. Maybe that's … Continue reading “WHEN COWS FLEW”

“Paying Homage to Jersey Cows on a Friday Afternoon”

By John Dorroh   A friend dropped a white plastic bag onto the kitchen table. It was loaded with 3 cheeses from Marcoot’s Creamery – garlic herbed cheese curds, smoked gouda, and Quark, a spreadable creamy cheese with a sweet kiss on the palette. The wine was already open, just like my heart in an … Continue reading “Paying Homage to Jersey Cows on a Friday Afternoon”