My world food blog features the food of a different country every week. I'm tackling them all alphabetically, beginning with Afghanistan and ending with Zimbabwe. Quirky and obscure dishes such as Armenian chicken porridge or Australian kangaroo burger all get a look in, but so do more classic dishes such as Argentinean empanadas!...more
Where the Sidework Ends is an exploration of food, wine, and hospitality from the vantage point of a restaurant manager, behind the curtain where the magic is cooked up.
More than just food recipes, I look at how we dine, how restaurants run, and comment on current events (or controversies!) in food and hospitality....more
I live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world Florence. I take small groups on a series of foodie walks around the historical centre. My other tours are in Tuscany. Visits to hill towns, Wineries, Olive Oil farms. Hands on cooking classes in and around Florence. ...more
My name is Joelle, and I'm a young wife who's just trying to figure life out. I fill my time trying new recipes; exquisitely complicated things that either turn out to be the best thing you've ever tasted, or the worst. I'm a writer by nature and I have a thousand stories in my head that are just dying to be told. I have a little apartment that I try to decorate, and it's definitely a work in progress. My goal in life is to become a wine sophisticate, or an oenophile, if you will....more
As a perpetual student in the kitchen, I’m always buying a new ingredient at the market, reading a cookbook, collecting food props for photography or browsing the kitchen gadget stores. After the encouragement of winning a recipe contest when I was 10 years old, I have been collecting recipes ever since. Now I write about my food experiences on my blog (whiskblog.com) as I work my way through a cooking school curriculum....more