There’s so much more to London than Big Ben, Buckingham Palace and Pippa Middleton. The numerous antique and vintage markets that sprawl across the city have made London a design aficionado's hunting ground for fabulous vintage and antique finds. From Portobello to Brick Lane, Simplifying Fabulous! contributor Brittny Drye shares her rounds-up of London's best antique markets: ...more
I'll show you mine if you show me yours! What's in your local market these days? Check out ours. http://aromacucina.typepad.com/aroma_cucina/2011/04/ill-show-you-whats-in-our-market-if-you-show-me-whats-in-yours.html http://bit.ly/k3zPsN ...more
I'm sure you've heard of the incredible markets in Europe. You've heard about the eccentric fish mongers, the ceilings covered with cured meats and the fruit picked freshly from nearby farms. In reality, while some markets are remarkable culinary gems, many are equally forgettable....more
In just a few days, food BlogHers from all over the world will be descending on San Francisco for the first annual BlogHer Food Conference. Held at the St. Regis hotel, the conference will feature three tracks: Visual, Vocational, and Values, and a veritable Who's-Who of food bloggers will be leading the sessions.
If you’re traveling to San Francisco for BlogHer Food 2009, you might want to leave a little extra room in your suitcase. Not only is this a city of great eating and drinking, this is a terrific city for culinary shopping and tourism.
This conversation came to me this morning at 4:45am. A little odd, as I have never had a conversation with the Internet before, much less alone, while in bed. So I thought I would share, just in the off chance that someone who majored in Dream Analysis and Interpretation would want to share back.....
Internet: "Hey Sadie, how are you today?"
Me: "I am well, thank you for asking. And how are you today, Internet?"
Internet: "We are well, thank you."
It’s a hot and humid Saturday afternoon in San Diego
and I can’t bear the idea of turning on the oven or even the stovetop
burners. I don’t even want to grill. I don’t want to be near anything
over 78 degrees.
This time of year is pretty
much about having things around that satisfy hunger without requiring
sweat-provoking activities like sautéing, roasting or boiling. I have
some favorite cooling foods—some that I’ve found at the markets and
some that are easy to prepare and are mostly about fruits and
Growing up around German Christmas Markets, a special drink named Gluehwein was a stable and widely available. During these cold winter days, a cup of this hot drink, warmed hands and insides.
Here is an easy to follow recipe, so that you can enjoy Gluehwein yourself!
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