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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Food and Music

The “At Home” project is about being here. It’s about appreciating and celebrating what we have—in this case, that the music we regularly make in our home is good as it is. It doesn’t need to be neatened up in a fancy studio, it doesn’t need to be autotuned, and it doesn’t need smoke machines and a light show.

Whenever we make music at home, we have friends and good food. The kitchen—even our little one—is the centre, and the good feelings and music flow from there. In Nova Scotian rural homes where I hung out in the 70s, kitchens had a cozy woodstove, comfy chairs and a couch. Food, good music, and friends can’t be beat.

Jesse and Adam chowing down. Too bad we don't have room for a couch . . .

Jesse and homemade cookies, brownies, roasted almonds, broccoli, celery, carrots with super-garlic hummous, homemade biscuits and casserole—thanks Janet and Jane!

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