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Have you been wondering where I have been?  This summer sucked the blogging out of me! When school’s out, the schedule changes.  Same too for having a new baby.  Both at the same time?  I’m...

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I don’t eat gluten.  I often get asked why and in truth, it started as an experiment.  I don’t eat gluten because when I do, I don’t like how I feel.  In fact, this happened...

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And the winner is…

January 9, 2014 | 7 Comments

 Running my best of 2013 contest has been a lot of fun.  Your nominations introduced me to a number of new and exciting food writers and their websites and it was super cool to see you...

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2013-Best

The Best of 2013: Your Nominations

December 30, 2013 | 8 Comments

Ten days ago I shared my idea for giving back to the food community by offering one food writer the chance to win a 5.5qt Le Creuset Dutch oven, but that wasn’t a choice I...

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Figs stuffed with garlic

Figs stuffed with garlic & My visit to Seattle

October 27, 2013 | 6 Comments

Oh Seattle.  I miss you.  In July, I had the pleasure of returning to Seattle.  If you haven’t had the pleasure of visiting this corner of the world, you should.  It’s peaceful, serene and beautiful...

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Cooking with Simon Majumdar

{Giveaway} Shabbat with Simon Majumdar

September 16, 2013 | 9 Comments

Writing about food has sent all sorts of opportunities my way.  This year alone I have had the privilege to sample unrivalled kosher wines, eat some of the best meat in the country, dine at...

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It’s almost August and Kansas City is getting ready for the second annual Kosher BBQ festival.  As exciting as that is, I am thrilled that I stepped down from the judging table this year to...

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Eight Travel Tips for the Healthy Foodie

8 Travel Tips for the Healthy Foodie

June 3, 2013 | 14 Comments

May was one busy month.  My wife and I both had business-related travel that sent her to New York for a weekend and me to Dallas for two days.  As a family we visited friends...

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