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Eat Watch Settle

Below is a link to a great, albeit long, article on the evolution of Food TV and those chefs who have decided to bow to the TV devil. It did help me to understand why The Layover is ending so soon after No Reservations. Looks like Mr. Bourdain is moving onto… *shudder* …network television with […]

Blog Downtime

I must apologize for my lack of posts as of late, but my grandmother passed away Monday, March 15. Since I live in her house, I played host to my uncle all week, did “family” business and had more people in this house than I’ve ever seen in my 31 years.

In honor of Grannie […]

New ketchup packets? hmmm…

I found this story on msnbc.com a minute ago and thought I would pass it along!

After 40 years, Heinz revamps ketchup packets

PORTLAND, Ore. – For decades there was only one way to use the humble ketchup packet, and it was messy. Now, thanks to a redesign by Heinz, fast-food lovers have a choice: […]

2 year break is over! lol

So I’ve gotten back into reading my food blogs and now that i’ve got a big ole’ kitchen I’ve decided to revitalize MY food blog.

It’s a new year – so why not?

2010…GO!

FOOD NEWS: Aspiring Chef Dies After Eating Red-Hot Chili Sauce as a Dare

An aspiring chef died after eating a super-hot chilli sauce as part of an endurance competition with a friend.

Andrew Lee, 33, challenged his girlfriend’s brother to a contest to see who could eat the spiciest sauce that he could create.

The fork-lift truck driver, who wanted to cook for a living, prepared a tomato […]