Serendipity, time, and apple cider vinegar
Lovely, I sometimes find projects of craft I have started and forgot about them for lack of time or material and sometimes I finish them. The memory of how it started and what sparked the idea is a fond one that sometimes leads to other projects in the future. I belive time goes in a spiral way to connect past, present and future, and brings us interesting surprises in life.
Jonathan, Thank you for this lovely newsletter. You brought back memories of cider making on a friend's farm in Maine, images of our own freezer filled with frosty tubs of mysterious, past but still tasty, meals, and an article I read last week in the NYT about the importance of forgetting. Also a yearning for some of that salad dressing you describe at the end. I hope we get to see you in person soon. --Liza
Oh, I know exactly how his face looks to this “though the argument has never swayed Christian”. He’s given me that face many times. Ha!
I’d love to have a cider crusher, too. Too complicated so I have a macerating juicer instead. ;)
So curious to try that vinegar!