Hateful Word

After 12 intense years together, N and I just discovered that we both detest the word “cookie.” The word “kooky,” though, is perfectly fine.

You can never truly know another human being.

4 thoughts on “Hateful Word”

  1. I know Clarissa has abjured potatoes and doesn’t eat french fries but this isn’t…great. I wonder if this affects the larger potato crop people use for food other than french fries : < a href=”https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-12-02/french-fry-squeeze-hits-north-america-after-poor-potato-harvest”>America Braces for Possible French Fry Shortage After Poor Potato Harvest
    Potato processors are rushing to buy supplies and ship them across North America in order to keep French fries on the menu after cold, wet weather damaged crops in key producers in the U.S. and Canada.

    Cool conditions started to hit growing regions in October, lashing potatoes with frost. Farmers in Alberta and Idaho were able to dig up some damaged crops for storage. But growers in Manitoba, North Dakota and Minnesota received snow and rain, forcing them to abandon some supplies in fields.

    As the wild weather hurt crops, an increase in fry-processing capacity in Canada has boosted demand. The combination will lead to tight supplies, and it’s likely that potato prices could climb this year across North America, Stephen Nicholson, a senior grains and oilseeds analyst at Rabobank, said in a phone interview. International costs may also rise as the U.S. won’t be able to export as much…

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