Monthly Archives: November 2013

Water, Emergencies and Common Sense

By Brian Crissey and Pamela Meyer-Crissey We live in a changing world where the rate of change seems to accelerate daily. Sometimes it is hard to remember even yesterday’s disaster, because so many new ones are appearing so quickly. And the weather is clearly getting more extreme. One day is balmy and the next is […]

Book—The Spiritual Life of Water

Were water actually what hydrologists deem it to be—a chemically inert substance—then a long time ago there would already have been no water and no life on this Earth. I regard water as the blood of the earth. Its internal process, while not identical to that of our blood, is nonetheless very similar. It is […]

Maple Bourbon Pecan Pie

This incredibly simple bourbon pecan pie whips up in minutes and makes a delicious (if slightly decadent) Thanksgiving dessert. Recipe by Morgan Simons, Pi Bake Shop 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup maple syrup 3 eggs, beaten 1 tablespoon bourbon 3 cup pecans 1 unbaked 9-inch pie shell (homemade or store bought) 1. Preheat oven […]