'Living Your Dream'
Some trendsetters say that pie is the new cupcake but I’m not so convinced.
Southern Living has published the most mouth-watering book on cupcakes to date. Now I don’t bake but if I did it would be a mind blowing cupcake that pops off these astoundingly photogenic pages.
The book, written by Jan …[more...]
World Record: Longest Cheesesteak – 426 feet
- 5 grills,
- 80 8-foot-tables,
- one continuous length of bread,
- 100 pounds of Cheez Whiz, and
- 400 pounds of Certified Angus Beef!
The baker of …[more...]
Eating ethically. Now there’s an idea that I try to embrace.
Some suggestions to eat more ethnically include (not surprisingly) eating less meat and growing your own vegetables.
Other suggestions are
- stop eating fast food
- head to the local farmers markets
- eat organic products
- stop eating foods that require slave labor to pick and process
Tucson: The Science of Healing
PBS Special Reveals How the Brain Helps Us Heal, Emotionally and Physically
from the press release
Tucson, AZ — Dr. Gulshan and Neelam Sethi and the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona will present a special screening of the The Science of Healing with Dr Esther Sternberg at the …[more...]
This delicious food documentary of sorts is a mouth watering treat. The French are known for their pastry and even have an event that much resembles the Olympics called MOF – Meilleurs Ouvriers de France. Paul Bocuse is a MOF.
Pastry chefs are invited to come and create a variety of meticulous architecturally designed pastries that resemble …[more...]
Can you stand the heat?
Working in a restaurant is demanding, back-breaking work.
But “working in a restaurant” on reality food TV for a ranting and raving arrogant S.O.B. is only for the young and very ambitious.
If you think you can handle jumping into that frying pan — then go to this casting call:
Fox’s Hell’s …[more...]
Arizona Food Events: Slow Food USA National Work Day – September 25
Slow Food Tucson
Saturday, September 25, 9 am – noon
Can you dig it? Help harvest produce from the Community Food Bank’s Marana Heritage Farm at 12375 N. Heritage Park Dr. off of the Tangerine exit on I-10. Contact Sarah Davis – firstname.lastname@example.org for questions …[more...]