Morgan Fraser
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Morgan Fraser is a North Central Washington native with a penchant for travel, adventure and fresh local food. Her writing veers often between the outward experience and the inner journey.
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Wine Bullet

Posted on July 9, 2013 at 3:02pm 2 Comments

I roll the wine around on my tongue like a bullet, imagining it clacking against my teeth until I swallow it; until it does the job a bullet would and blots out the pain.

In certain circles that I belonged to not so long ago this would be normal. My own mother, once, advised a white pill on a wave of whiskey to help me sleep – no, to help me stop thinking – on my Facebook page no less.

“It took a lot of gin to get over her,” a boyfriend told me once, his words like the shaft of a…


In Search of the Perfect Tortilla

Posted on June 8, 2013 at 9:00am 2 Comments

I love Panama, Boquete especially. Nearly every day I see a rainbow. Now, during the rainy season, it’s usually sunny in the mornings then clouds over and rains in the afternoon, leaving the valley where I live at the base of a volcano lush, green, and incredibly verdant.

Although I have recently…


Mother's Day Tribute to Nana: Nana's Pie Crust

Posted on May 6, 2013 at 1:20pm 0 Comments

It was the last week of edits before I would send off my first cookbook manuscript to the printer. I was stressed out, and trying to make pie wasn’t helping.

I am not a baker. Up to that point, I’m not sure I had ever made my own piecrust. Baking requires a precision that is often lost on me; if you mess up a sauce, there are dozens of ingredients you can throw into it to balance out, complement or drown out a flavor. If you mess up something you’re about to bake, the gods of…


Herding Others' Cats

Posted on May 5, 2013 at 10:00am 4 Comments

I sat in a crowded mini bus. People pressed past me to stand in the aisle, barely large enough for a child to squeeze by. With each person, I tried to fold my shoulders inward and change the shape of the bag in my lap, trying to make more room. The bag objected – it meowed.

I was on my way to Changuinola on public transportation from Almirante, a trash-filled coastal village that is the gateway to the Bocas del Toro archipelago of islands of Panama, on the Caribbean Sea. Changuinola…


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