Tag Archive | Food

Outraged

outrage noun 1 widespread public outrage: indignation, fury, anger, rage, disapproval, wrath, resentment. 2 it is an outrage: scandal, offense, insult, injustice, disgrace. 3 the bomb outrage: atrocity, act of violence/wickedness, crime, wrong, barbarism, inhumane act. verb his remarks outraged his parishioners: enrage, infuriate, incense, anger, scandalize, offend, give offense to, affront, shock, horrify, disgust, […]

South Beach Food and Wine Festival

My husband and I had the great privilege recently of staying with some amazing friends for a few days while we all attended the South Beach (Sobe) Food and Wine Festival in Miami, Florida. Our adventure started with a red-eye flight from Seattle, WA to Miami, FL. After landing in Miami at 8 am, we […]

Dinner with a Master Bladesmith

A few months ago I stumbled upon a short video series entitled Raw Craft on You Tube sponsored by The Balvenie (a distillery located in Ireland producing a unique range of single malt whiskies). The series is hosted by Anthony Bourdain (the American chef, author and TV personality). To quote the Raw Craft web site, […]

Graciousness and Class

Gone, it seems are the days of mailed Thank You notes and hostess gifts. When I was young, my mother insisted that my Christmas Thank You notes were written and mailed within one week after the Holiday. I email them now, but none-the-less, I still send them. As our times have changed, etiquette has had […]

Selective Breeding VS Genetic Modification

It’s been a loooooong time since my last blog post – March of last year to be precise. I really have no decent excuse except life happened. The two major things that occurred within that time; I got a certificate from the University of Washington in Food, Health and Wellness and my husband and I […]

Signs of the Times, Food Labels to Know

I know it has been a while since I have last posted, but I’ve got a good excuse. I’ve been in school. I have been in a year-long certificate course from the University of Washington in Food, Health and Wellness. I started last fall, taking Nutrition. I just finished Molecular Gastronomy and I am about […]

New York, Part 1

For ages I have wanted to go to New York.  In my dancing years, I longed to visit The Big Apple and call myself a true artist – one who had made the pilgrimage to visit the Holy Grail of arts and culture in the United States. In more recent years, while watching cooking and […]