Sharing Recipes as an Open and Relational (Process) Practice
One of the primary practices of an open and relational (process) way of living is cross-cultural sharing. It is from such sharing that friendships develop and fresh possibilities arise. Food and music can be primary topics for conversation. They open up possibilities for spiritual exploration and informal, theopoetic reflection, such as found in this dialogue between Jay McDaniel and his student, Vivian Dong, originally from Nanking, China, on Chinese Tea Eggs.