Soul Food: Hatch Green Chiles

Hatch Green Chiles: It’s a Family Thing By Monica Romig Green Mid-August is a special time for people who love Southwestern food. Fresh Hatch green chiles have arrived in specialty grocery stores for their very limited one-month season. Ranging from mild to hot, these bright green chiles draw food lovers of all kinds with their […]

Soul Food: Meet the Team

I’m excited to introduce you to the writing team for Soul Food!  Remember to join us each Friday as we offer up various thoughts on food – covering restaurant recommendations and recipes to theological thoughts on feasting.   Andrew Camp Food and the table have played a central role throughout my life. Growing up, part of […]


Nectarine This is a nectarine to remember. Sweet, juicy, and perfectly ripe. Each year I look forward to summer and the promise of all its delectable fruits – especially the promise of nectarines. The less hairy sibling of the peach (and if it wasn’t for the fuzz, I would love peaches), it is one of […]

Cultivate Wonder

His eyes grew large in wonder and he almost gasped.  He was in awe.  But of what?  All I could see was the wall, a window and curtains.  Surely nothing gasp-worthy.  I inquired of his mom: What’s caught his attention?  She replied that the difference between light and darkness typically caused him to look in […]