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Kathleen Flinn’s Book Release Party on August 14 and a Giveaway, Win VIP Tickets

Author Kathleen Flinn  of “The Sharper Your Knife, the Less You Cry” ( a New York Times bestseller) is releasing her second book this month and throwing a party  to celebrate!  We are giving away a VIP package here, including ( the book), admission for two and a special bag!To win, just leave a comment below telling us what your favorite restaurant in town is or … Continue reading Kathleen Flinn’s Book Release Party on August 14 and a Giveaway, Win VIP Tickets

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Kathy Casey D’lish Deviled Eggs

This is a guest post by Marisa Ingram. Marisa has been an indispensable part of the Foodportunity team for the last two years. She has a lifelong passion for home baking and a growing interest in all things fresh, local, organic, and seasonal. Though a native Washingtonian, a love for history took her to Charleston, SC where she obtained her degree in English from the … Continue reading Kathy Casey D’lish Deviled Eggs

Jerusalem, Cookbook Review

I am in love with this book beyond words. I love anything that has to do with Yotam Ottolenghi. A year ago, I wrote a review of Plenty, the vegetable cookbook by the same chef. Plenty is my favorite cookbook. Everyone knows that bloggers should never say they have a favorite anything. I mean, we are supposed to not be able to choose, just like … Continue reading Jerusalem, Cookbook Review

River Cottage Handbook Book Review

Today’s post is by guest blogger Marisa Ingram. Have you ever fallen head-over-heels in love with a cookbook? I’ve had just that experience with Pam Corbin’s Cakes (River Cottage Handbook.) From the moment I cracked it open and landed on the recipe for “Cornish Fairings, a close cousin of the gingernut” it was love. It is such a lovely and charming little recipe book (and … Continue reading River Cottage Handbook Book Review

Culination will Bring Kathy Casey into Your Kitchen

Today’s guest post is by Marisa Ingram. Marisa has been an indispensable part of the Foodportunity team for the last two years. She has a lifelong passion for home baking and a growing interest in all things fresh, local, organic, and seasonal. Though a native Washingtonian, a love for history took her to Charleston, SC where she obtained her degree in English from the College … Continue reading Culination will Bring Kathy Casey into Your Kitchen

Foodportunity , October 2012

Foodportunity welcomes special guest Aran Goyoaga, author of Cannelle et Vanille October 22, 2012 Sponsored by Washington’s Beef Community A food drive to benefit Food Lifeline (bring non-perishable food items) Palace Ballroom 6-9 pm Seattle, Wash.— The next Foodportunity, a series of networking events for Seattle food professionals, will take place on Monday, October 22, 2012, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Tom Douglas’ … Continue reading Foodportunity , October 2012

Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk

from Every once in a while I get a book from publisher that makes me want to run to my computer and type a review immediately so I can share the great news. This is the case with this book, Real Snacks: Make your favorite childhood treats without all the junk. This book is all about recreating childhood favorites in a healthier way with wholesome … Continue reading Real Snacks: Make Your Favorite Childhood Treats Without All the Junk

Katie Workman, author of The Mom 100 Cookbook Comes to Foodportunity, Alice Currah and More

I am starting to feel the Foodportunity vibe, partly because there are some things left to finish up but also because I can hear people saying things like “I will see you at Foodportunity” or “I will see you on June 25”. I am a proud mama and Foodportunity is my baby (well one of them) so I love hearing these things. This is also … Continue reading Katie Workman, author of The Mom 100 Cookbook Comes to Foodportunity, Alice Currah and More