If we look back on our childhoods, we rarely highlight the rainy days. Instead, we prefer to remember the sunny warm days in an idyllic setting of lakes, mountains, forests and streams (at least I do). As a society, we also often hark back to a Golden Age that is set firmly in a past that probably existed rather more in imagination than in reality.
A Golden Age of Flavor?
September 27, 2013
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