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Brad Carter
Art, like morality, consists of drawing the line somewhere.
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Brad Carter Jun 14
How small gestures create culture: Sometimes Little Things Matter Most — Ted Spear, Ph.D.
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Brad Carter May 10
Thanks for the 👍🏻 We will be here:
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Brad Carter May 10
In preparing to host a dinner conversation in which we take up ’s book, Case Against Education, at ULead this Sunday, I came across ’s post on the same question: What’s the purpose of edcuation?
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Brad Carter Apr 29
Replying to @pdeconti
Thank you. Great seeing you again, Peter.
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Brad Carter Apr 23
The Guilt and Betrayal of Doing The Impossible. My good friend ⁦⁩ challenges ⁦⁩ and with his characteristically sharp, “yes, and...,” asks us to be more nuanced in our critique of education.
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Brad Carter Apr 23
Try using Twitter as a collaborative note-taking tool, with hashtags to organize notes around content.
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Brad Carter Apr 23
I don’t like frozen pasta. How is it sauced? You might turn it into soups. Gnocchi as dumplings.
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Brad Carter Apr 23
Best answer? ‘s ;p
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Brad Carter Apr 22
Kombucha experiments: spruce tip, roasted barley, Pu Ehr and green Earl Grey. 12° Brix.
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Brad Carter Apr 20
Avocado toast with furikake. Avocado mash made with yuzu, salt and pepper, topped with furikake: take the dregs from a batch of dashi, squeeze the katsuobushi dry, finely dice the kombu, mix and set in a pan and cook over med heat until dry. Add splash o…
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Brad Carter Apr 16
Lunch: St. Nectaire and Taleggio grilled cheese with chives, naturally leavened sourdough and salsa Huichol on a beautiful, made-to-take-the-weight-of-honest-food plate I bought at @pond_gallery in Tokyo
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Brad Carter Mar 29
In Imbe, standing on the monobara...a hill of Bizen pottery shards 500 years high, the cast-offs of generations of potters firing pots and jars for everyday use. The six climbing kilns here, some more than 50 metres long, all now gone, could each fire 10…
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Brad Carter Mar 27
The sake brewery chimneys point you to Hakubotan (left) and Saijosuru in Saijo, near Hiroshima, home to some of the best sake breweries in Japan. Like so much in this country, the everyday-ness of the street hides extraordinary craft: Saijosuru has been…
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Brad Carter Mar 19
The top crust of a loaf of bread is a feast for the eyes. But the bottom crust is food for the soul, igneous and elemental as stone and powdered with flour that has become the dust of the Ages. Eat this and live forever.
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Brad Carter Mar 17
Morning “Titanium” Tea—green tea with ginger and tumeric—a recipe from It’s a cool morning but the sky is bright and blue and we are expecting the cherry blossoms soon.
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Brad Carter Mar 16
“A majority of young people say they feel stressed out, pointing to causes other than social media.” Good read on social-emotion issues in K12 from
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Brad Carter Feb 24
Replying to @ereid38 @mraspinall
While listening to music I appointed a student DJ who was responsible for selecting the tune we’d listen to. Anything goes and we have to draw for duration of the tune.
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Brad Carter Feb 22
Love your weekly newsletter
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Brad Carter Feb 18
Pan roasted magret with grilled gai lan. Nothing more that good salt and pepper here.
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Brad Carter Feb 18
Sourdough fresh outta da oven! Kombucha, levain and nukazuke (rice bran pickle) in the background.
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