Slow Cooking Monday

cookerThere are people who are quick with ideas – maybe we could call them the Microwaves, since they can cook their ideas in a flash – and then there are folks who need time, maybe LOTS of time, to cook on an idea. When an idea is challenging I can be a slow-cooker.

I don’t have much to offer you today.  I’m cooking on something complex AND I have a bunch of promised work that must get done today.

Have you ever just had to stew on an idea for a while?

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Rabbi Ruth Adar is a teaching rabbi based in San Leandro, CA. She has many hats: rabbi, mom, poodle groomer, and ham radio operator K6RAV. She blogs at as the Coffee Shop Rabbi.

3 thoughts on “Slow Cooking Monday”

  1. I have been criticised for being an alleged “slow eater”. Hearing about slow cookers makes me hungry, I think the world needs more of both–indeed there is also a “slow food” movement. Bravo the wave of the future is slow. Now the world is moving at my deep thinker pace. Shalom.


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