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In recent weeks, my wife and I have been taken with the mystery series called Agatha Christie’s Poirot. It’s an English, period-based drama derived from the plethora of novels and short stories that Christie wrote over the course of her career. It’s positively addictive. The main character is Hercule Poirot, the legendary retired Belgian police [...]
Thanks to a recommendation by Stacy Atkinson of Lone Palmetto Farms, I have been asked to become a periodic contributing writer for the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association‘s blog, The Sweete Potato. It is an honor that I will happily accept and in doing so do my best to represent the Pee Dee’s food, foodies, and [...]
When we lived in Miami we had many of our own key lime trees in the yard and always had plenty of limes. You can only drink so many gin & tonics so I had to use those limes for something else. Key lime pie has always been a favorite, and this twist is a [...]
On Saturday, March 3, 2012, I was blessed to have been offered a media pass for the events between 11:00am – 2:00pm. From cooking demonstrations and South Carolina product tastings, to Festival shopping and the hospitality tent, it was a whole lot of fun, especially with great friends. Here’s a recap.
Earlier this year on the Food & Wine (F&W) Blog “Mouthing Off” editor Lawrence Marcus wrote an article that was at once entertaining and a call to self-awareness. It addressed the general question “What is a Foodie?” Not sure if you’re a foodie? We’ll help you find out.
In this, the second installment of this series, I’ll briefly share a bit about OpenTable.com and it’s associated smart phone application. This site boasts 13,000 restaurants and 150,000,000 users. Odd are you may have heard about it, but either way, here why I think it’s an essential.
Take it for a test-drive and make you’re online reservation for VICTOR’S BISTRO in FLO using OpenTable. Simple and convenient.