My name is Alison. I like to cook and eat. Other than keeping busy with family life, most of my energy goes toward food procurement, processing and consumption, but I’ve got a little left over for making music, knitting, improv, and being a tidal wave of metal, fists and venom.
Here are some other things I like:
Bacon, Lego, clouds and mist green tea, my gym, Goatbutter, construction, 70’s and 80’s metal, graphene, Haruki Murakami, Meaningfül Touch, macrobiotics, Metalocalypse, ventilation and refrigeration, short ribs, The Economist, KD Lang, raw sauerkraut, osteopathy, The Quitters, Liberals, my own guacamole, math, Lost, Neal Stephenson, torch songs, Tara Copeland, low-voltage wiring, prosciutto, general infrastructure, Mandarin, pop physics, Claude Bragdon, hot water with lemon, artichokes, Venture Brothers, Pilates, Mercola, grass-fed beef, Kipling, specifically the poem “If,” which I recite dramatically in the steam room when no one is there.
This is what I listened to (not updated any time recently)