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By Ellen Jacobson, CMS Columnist and Sociologist Several years ago I was chopping away at a bag of partially-frozen Boletus edulis and noticed that Cashew, the ancient cat, was twisting and twining around my legs and emitting his famous and piteous “give-me-food” meow. I supposed he was begging for a bite, since he assumes that anything on my cutting board […]
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BEGGING FOR BOLETES

BEGGING FOR BOLETES
May 7, 2018 Ellen Jacobson
In Sociology
By Ellen Jacobson, CMS Columnist and Sociologist Several years ago I was chopping away at a bag of partially-frozen Boletus edulis and noticed that Cashew, the ancient cat, was twisting and twining around my legs and emitting his famous and piteous “give-me-food” meow. I supposed he was begging for a bite, since he assumes that anything on my cutting board […]
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