I took over the kitchen from Shari early in 2006 as she had been cooking for the first 12 years of our lives together and was tired of it. I have tried to implement the methods taught by the Weston A. Price Foundation in my cooking. Those methods focus primarily on a return to traditional foods. Traditional foods are those foods that humanity has been eating for 100s or 1000s of years. That means I have said goodbye to modern foods such as Twinkies, white bread, refined vegetable oils, refined sugar, etc. I also try to incorporate traditional practices such as fermented foods (e.g. pickles), fermenting all grains, etc.
During the day I work for the American Mathematical Society as a Perl/Web developer. In my free time I volunteer for Crossroads Community Church as a web developer and IT manager (see my other blog, Glass::Brian->blog;).
I enjoy working with graphics of all kinds, especially 3d graphics using Blender. I’m very much into Open Source software and use Linux for everything. I practice the Yang style short form of Taiji every morning and lift weights regularly.
I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.