Seattle Food Bloggers Team Up to Benefit Share Our Strength

In the years, putting together the Seattle Food Blogger events (since the end of 2007) and since the beginning of Foodportunity , I have come to know so many people and so many bloggers. It’s amazing to hang out with people who have a passion for food and even more amazing to see how bloggers can come together to support the community. When I heard … Continue reading Seattle Food Bloggers Team Up to Benefit Share Our Strength

Foodportunity and More

It’s been a while.  I used to be able to squeeze in more coffee breaks with my friends. Long gone are the days when I could take Baby E with me everywhere I go. I am enjoying this new waddler time, don’t get me wrong.  It’s just that things have changed.  Bringing him out for coffee would result in too many cookies and a need for … Continue reading Foodportunity and More

Meet the Food Bloggers, Becky Selengut

One of my resolutions for my blog is that I find more time to write. My son just turned one and it’s kind of like the no-more-excuses time.  I am very fortunate to have crossed paths with so many food bloggers and would like to share the wealth . Of course if I feature a blogger, I feel like a recipe is definitely part of the … Continue reading Meet the Food Bloggers, Becky Selengut

Steamy Kitchen Meets Seattle Food Bloggers

My blog has officially moved from Blogspot to WordPress. Thank you to everyone for the encouragement and the nudging. I hope you enjoy my new look. All Photos by ValentinaVitols. The last Seattle Food Blogger event was a food blogger party with Jaden Hair from Steamy Kitchen.  I first met Jaden when she was here for the IFBC. Somehow we got connected via twitter and  since I was throwing … Continue reading Steamy Kitchen Meets Seattle Food Bloggers

Seattle Food Blogger Events and More

photo by Ronald Holden This month I met two inspiring authors. I had a private Seattle Food Blogger event with Langdon Cook, Author of Fat of the Land.  We met for coffee at Bustle in the cute little private area. He charmed us with his stories of foraging, showed us some stunning pictures of his adventures and answered every question that came to our mind. He is a … Continue reading Seattle Food Blogger Events and More

The Flavor Bible Event, A Sweet Flavorful Memory

The other day I was telling a friend that one of the my favorite Seattle Food Blogger Events was when I got to meet Karen Page and Andrew Dornenberg.  In case you don’t know, I have been organizing and planning the Seattle Food Blogger Events for the last few years. Sometimes we meet with cookbook authors, sometimes we have potlucks and sometimes we just get together for … Continue reading The Flavor Bible Event, A Sweet Flavorful Memory

Saving the Last Two Chapters of A Homemade Life

A week ago, I admitted it on Twitter, I didn’t want to read Molly from Orangette’s book “A Homemade Life”  until I was really ready to relax and give it my full attention because I knew I would love it.  I was saving it for a day when I really wanted to read a good book. I was saving it for a rainy day. Yesterday the rain … Continue reading Saving the Last Two Chapters of A Homemade Life

Multitasking, Blogs, Twitter and Mom Life

  When people ask me what I do, I never know what to say. I think that I need to hold a card that lists all the things I do. _ Founder and organizer of the Foodportunity events (next one coming soon) – Founder and organizer of the Seattle Food Blogger events – Co-founder of The Mommy List with Kim Ricketts – Write a blog … Continue reading Multitasking, Blogs, Twitter and Mom Life

Ruth Reichl Meets the Bloggers at Olivar

This month’s Seattle Food Blogger event was a Q.A session with one of the culinary world’s most influential writers, Ruth Reichl. The event took place at Olivar on Capitol hill in Seattle. Chef Philippe prepared some wonderful appetizers and Vin Du Lac Winery served three fabulous wines. Ruth started off by clearly reminding us that her new book “ Not Becoming My Mother” is not … Continue reading Ruth Reichl Meets the Bloggers at Olivar

Hungry Monkey

Not too long ago, I attended a food event by Kim Ricketts. What We Talk About When We Talk About Food: An Evening with Seattle Writers”. Matthew Amster-Burton,read a passage from his book, Hungry Monkey and I was hooked. I will explain why. I am obsessed with breastfeeding. I love it. I am drained, exhausted, I feel like an old cloth but I love it. … Continue reading Hungry Monkey