January 4, 2017

Post Holiday Regrets

After all the sugar highs and lows, the gifts are opened, the people are gone and we all have a stack of bills.  For some reason, we want to blame our thighs or our belly!  Like that has any to do with it all.  There are a few solid, level […]
January 11, 2017

Critiques Choice

The other day I had the absolute pleasure of hosting two of the most qualified food critics imaginable.  Before they arrived, I had customized an extensive designer menu for their friend’s event.  I was informed they were going to be there and even provided a copy of each of their […]
January 26, 2017

My Early Start – Seeing Food

When I was four years old, I was being raised in the suburbs of Chicago and my parents bought vacation farm property about four hours into Wisconsin. Thirty acres of rolling hills, streams and ponds in the middle of nowhere but farms. My little eyes were open to explore, live, […]
February 1, 2017

No Rules – We all Eat

With the food scene becoming such a popular stage for a hungry audience that has an almost insatiable appetite, there seems to be more and more rules. Which once seemed like every human’s right to their own opinion, has now been placed into a box of either right or wrong. […]
February 8, 2017

Food & people, open up to the experience

Don’t judge a book by its cover, open it up and get the story. We know this to be a bi line when meeting new people, but it’s true with food too. People anticipate and develop an idea of what someone is like just by how they look. People also […]