Author Archives: Colin Erickson

Snow Cones

Maybe my attachment to sugar is to blame, but ever since I was young, I have loved making and eating snow cones. Granted, you don’t need to put syrup into the shredded ice to eat it, but if you aren’t, then … Continue reading

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Wood and the World of Food

Now initially, I was going to replace the “Food” in the title of the post with “Cooking”, but after thinking about it more and more, wood has its place in food even outside of cooking. With that tangent out of … Continue reading

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Stones as Instruments

We look at rocks and stones all the time, whether they cover our driveways or sprinkle our beaches, but what has always interested me is the use of stones in applications that, although would be possible without the stone by … Continue reading

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