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Do we reward kids for going to the movies or playing with blocks? Why? Because we don’t reward what is already enjoyable. By rewarding, we send the message that the activity is undesirable & must be rewarded to get people to do it. Is that the message we want to send about books?
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Tag Archives: Soup
On my Instagram and Facebook I follow people who share pictures of interesting food. My friend Paul often posts pictures of the soups he makes from vegetables he grows in his garden so I asked him to share the recipe … Continue reading
If you are tired of the soups you have been making and you want a soul-warming soup that is relatively quick and easy to make and has no meat, check out the Mennonite Girls Can Cook recipe for Tomato Corn … Continue reading
Mondays call for a bowl of pho. As well as a small bowl of pho with rare beef, brisket and tendon, today I had a Vietnamese sub sandwich with grilled pork. The sandwich was wonderful. The French style … Continue reading
A wonderfully spicy soup today for lunch with squid cooked to the perfect crunch. Add in a few shrimp, some imitation crab and a whack of crisp bean sprouts, and lunch is served. At Pho Holiday today, 1054 Austin … Continue reading
Rather than write about and describe restaurants as “must try” places, I realized that it is more accurate to describe the places as “trusted” places. After all, they are not necessarily places you must-try, they are simply places that I … Continue reading