When I’m out hiking on the trail, I am generally in my happy place. I’m usually thinking about puppies, rainbows, or what I’m going to cook for dinner when I get home. However, my mind will occasionally slip into visions of the macabre: a bear waiting […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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.
I spend a lot of time in grocery stores. I doesn’t matter if I’m carting around a major haul to stock the fridge, or just lightly perusing the aisles looking for something to strike my fancy. I genuinely enjoy the sights, sounds, feel, and smells […]
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. […]
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. […]
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 […]
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.