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Two Things to be Thankful For

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Now on to the good things to eat–yowzah! Giving thanks for bits of beauty and good things to eat. Wishing you a multitude of both.As you’ll see from this selection of recent photos, I find good things to eat beautiful. But let’s start with a fiery sort of beauty: And a Pacific sort of beauty: Now on to the good things to eat–yowzah! First the sweetbread dough has to rise… Don’t let the dessert cart on the Titanic go by…. Colors most amazing…. And whatever else happens, if we don’t have Paris, we’ll always have the shady spot behind the beach. (No fee, no crowds, just walk a few klicks over sun-baked fields of lava.) Thank you, everyone who dropped a hard-earned coin in my begging bowl this week–you bolster my hope and refuel my spirits. If you found value in this

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Now on to the good things to eat–yowzah!

Giving thanks for bits of beauty and good things to eat. Wishing you a multitude of both.As you’ll see from this selection of recent photos, I find good things to eat beautiful. But let’s start with a fiery sort of beauty:

Two Things to be Thankful For

And a Pacific sort of beauty:

Two Things to be Thankful For

Now on to the good things to eat–yowzah!

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

First the sweetbread dough has to rise…

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

Don’t let the dessert cart on the Titanic go by….

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

Colors most amazing….

Two Things to be Thankful For

Two Things to be Thankful For

And whatever else happens, if we don’t have Paris, we’ll always have the shady spot behind the beach. (No fee, no crowds, just walk a few klicks over sun-baked fields of lava.)

Two Things to be Thankful For

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Charles Hugh Smith
Charles Hugh Smith is an American writer and blogger. He is the chief writer for the site "Of Two Minds". Started in 2005, this site has been listed No. 7 in CNBC's top alternative financial sites. His commentary is featured on a number of sites including: Zerohedge.com., The American Conservative and Peak Prosperity. He graduated from the University of Hawaii, Manoa in Honolulu. Charles Hugh Smith currently resides in Berkeley, California and Hilo, Hawaii.

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