In Place of Other Grains: Rainbow Millet Tabbouleh Millet is capable of doing the job of pretty much any other grain. For example, tabbouleh is usually made with bulgur but a gluten-free version can be made with millet. It’s delicious by itself or served with your favorite Mediterranean dishes. The different colored vegetables give itContinue reading “Rainbow Millet Tabbouleh”
My 13-year old son, Niall. Here is a nice album of photos (thanks to Lisa Roah Photography) from yesterday’s league championship game. He pitched well (allowed one run) and hit a towering dinger–in a nail-biting 4-3 loss against the Dodgers.
I am very happy that my doctoral dissertation has been published and internationally distributed by LPO Lambert (Germany). My plan now is to construct a few shorter books from the various sections of the dissertation, examining topics such as the learnability of creativity, filmmaking as a systematic process of work, the practice of grounded theory for filmmaking,Continue reading “The publication of my first book!”
Here is the highlight reel of my son’s 2012 season as a player on the PVHS Football Team. I think it is the best highlight reel I have ever seen–sure, I’m biased but take a look for yourself. Somehow, a little magic circle appears to indicate where Anthony is on the field–wearing #2 SEE: http://www.hudl.com/athlete/1444629/anthony-collins#.UOC9EvJMv9g.email
I had a dream last night that was full of music, specifically, Saturday Night Waltz–from Aaron Copeland’s RODEO. To my ears, this is a melodic dance from a timeless heavenly valley. I have loved that piece since I was a 3-year old boy. I don[‘t recall the story of the dream but IContinue reading “In memory of my friend, Bob Morgan”
I find so much joy these days when I go out and watch my kids play sports–all three of them are involved in an array of sports—baseball, soccer, softball, rugby, football, basketball. Here is a photo taken last week of my oldest son, Anthony Jr., who is a running back on the PVHS Varsity footballContinue reading “Anthony Collins, Jr.: Athlete, scholar, musician, and gentleman”