What an adventure I had on Saturday … I was educated, inspired and satiated, all in my own neighborhood.
I’d been mildly aware of the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History but my antennae went up recently when I heard they were conducting cultural-historical-food tours in Boynton Beach and Delray Beach … which is where I live. Their trademark tagline is “There’s history in every bite.” And we got our fill of each! Continue Reading
There’s more to stew than beef!
In fact, I prefer a chicken or fish stew over beef. I’ve presented a Spanish Fish Stew on these pages before and I do it again because it’s a really special dish that is aromatic, bursts with flavor on your palate and is good for you. In fact, this is the kind of post that makes me drool as I type — I can almost taste it again.
Guest posting is a natural phase of food blogging because that’s what the community is all about … sharing.
It’s an honor to be asked to imprint your work on someone’s blog because it’s their way of saying “I like what you do and I’d like to introduce my readers to you.” By accepting the offer, it’s your way of saying “ditto, right back at ya“.
Sometimes when I get an idea, I can’t get it out of my head. I just have to do it. Like immediately! Continue Reading
Do you know the history of Serendipity 3? The origin is really amusing. From one tiny place in midtown Manhattan in the 1950s, they now have multiple locations, including a prime spot on Lincoln Road in Miami’s trendy South Beach. Continue Reading