Mock and I have also recently launched Mock Squid Soup, a monthly film society.
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Thanks to our Family Book Swap this past summer, foodie books have attained prominence at The Armchair Squid. As such, food and drink are likely to become important topics in the coming year. More on that below in the Family Adventures section. In addition to food books, I will continue my reviews of sports books, comic books, children's books and Asian literature.
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My Wednesday posts about Star Trek original series episodes have been great fun. At this writing, I have two more episodes to go in order to finish Season 2. I will continue this Wednesday series through the show's third and final season - I must in order to earn the merit badge. At that point, I expect it'll be time for a break, an opportunity to explore other frontiers, closer to home.
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Travel, film and food shall continue to dominate these Sunday evening posts. As noted in the Good Reading section, food is likely to take a more prominent role. Apart from eating, the best way to learn more about food is through cooking. My Wife, as I have written before, is a genius in the kitchen and my own minimal culinary skills are rarely required. However, I've long been encouraged to take up a cooking hobby and I think I've finally found one that holds long-term inspiration for me. More on that to come, particularly once I get through Trek.
No changes planned for this topic. Music in film has been a most gratifying subject over the past year and I fully intend to continue with it as my own Family Movie Night theme. Music is likely to turn up in other posts, too.
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