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The Joys of Catering

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I keep having a reoccurring nightmare. I am hired by Paula Deen as a caterer for her event of her returning to TV and I am fired.

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Chef Mary Beth Lawton Johnson has been cooking incredible meals on the land and on the sea for over 25 years. As a professional chef who has made her career as a private personal chef in the luxury field, we are truly grateful to have her tips for making a memorable, mouth-watering Thanksgiving feast!


Cranberry sauce, fry bread, and gratitude? Meh, say tribes

 

As you sit down with your family (or framily) for Thanksgiving dinner, you probably already realize that the settlers and Native Americans at the first Thanksgiving weren’t eating cranberry sauce shaped like a can. The pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe may have eaten wildfowl and corn back in 1629, but according to an article in...


The Art of Cider Making

What is the difference between a winemaker and a cider maker? Answer: only the fruit they use. Both are licensed as winemakers, which gives them the right to ferment fruit. Jay Kenney and Karl Kister are passionate about cider. Jay emphasizes that plain apple juice or pressed apples should never be called cider, because cider  is fermented. He and Karl started Clear Fork Cider Company in Denver, Colorado in 2015.


Bring on the Happiness

Where is your happiness found? Is it in your fur babies kiss or the look in your children’s eyes when they see their presents under the tree?  Is it found in seeing the light in your loved one’s smiles when you bring out the long array of food items lining a decorated table such as turkey or Christmas Feast?


From Cape Town, South Africa: Are you hungry?

Cape Town, Mother City, her vibrancy has a confidence, rightly so. This Lady has it all, Ocean, Table Mountain (incidentally one of the New 7 wonders of Nature), great outdoors and multi- cultural social scene.

You got to eat, right? Here’s looking at it from a different perspective. Both Chef Giles and Chef Guy have agreed to talk food to us. Let’s start with brothers Giles and James Edwards’ La Tete (French for The Head) Restaurant.