Honey Farm Tour with Bee Wild

I stopped my car for a moment in the middle of the nondescript driveway and gazed out at the clearing. If it wasn’t for the “Caution: Honey Bee Yard” warning sign, I might think that I was staring at a field of abandoned white filing […]

roasted coffee beans

5 Keys to Great Coffee with Behmor and The Cook’s Warehouse

I’ve always been intrigued by the idea of roasting my own coffee, but assumed it involved a lot of space and a lot of equipment. Thanks to a class I attended at The Cook’s Warehouse led by Joe Behm, developer of the award-wining Behmor Coffee Roaster, […]

Marisa Moore

8 Notes on Nutrition with Marisa Moore

I love healthy eating, but I am no dietitian. I have a degree in film—probably the furthest area of study from nutrition as you can get. Since most of my food knowledge comes from personal experience, I always enjoy hearing from people who have spent some serious […]

Brown Derby

A Bourbon Stroll with Atlanta Bar Crawls

A few weeks ago, I took a stroll with Atlanta Bar Crawls for a bourbon pairing featuring Four Roses Bourbon. The event featured some good food, great cocktails, and an outstanding group of people. Read all about my experience in this article for CulinaryLocal.  

Gifts from Cook's Warehouse

Hot Holiday Gifts From Cook’s Warehouse

I think I’ve been doing a decent job of trying to keep the number of kitchen gadgets and appliances that I own to a minimum. However, I do still have the tendency to really nerd out when it comes to discovering any sort of new cooking gear. […]

Development In Gardening

Cocktails and Castoffs for Development In Gardening

Earlier this month I attended “Cocktails and Castoffs,” a wonderful event that raised support for the non-profit organization Development In Gardening (DIG). DIG is doing some amazing work in vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan Africa by providing the tools and education necessary for sustainable, community gardening. […]


[Interview] Sara Mosser of Global Growers CSA

Joining a CSA has easily been one of the greatest food-related decisions that I have ever made. It is a great way to obtain the freshest in-season produce while also supporting local farmers and the local economy. Being a member of a CSA has also pushed me […]


PaleOMG Book Signing

Last week I had the opportunity to sit down with Juli Bower from PaleOMG at a signing for her new cookbook, Juli Bauer’s Paleo Cookbook. Read all about it in an article for CulinaryLocal here.