Articles Archive for January 2012
Tasty Tuesdays »
There are lots of new, big, and fun things happening in the Austin food scene lately and since I haven’t had time to blog much in 2012, I thought I’d just throw down a list of some of the news that is making me wiggle around in my seat with excitement!
Bistrot Mirabelle: A romantic neighborhood bistro in Mesa Hills serving southern French-inspired dishes for lunch, dinner, and Sunday brunch. I visited recently for an event and absolutely loved their mussels, along with a chocolate chocolate cookie, and am looking …Read the full post »
I wrote this post for the Austin Food Blogger Alliance (AFBA) website, in an effort to create a record of the organization that I’m very proud to have helped found. The timeline doesn’t include the many emails back and forth, hours long meetings, and ups and downs that the founding members and current board members have gone through to get AFBA going; but looking back on all we have accomplished in our very first year, I’m glad I stuck with this group of smart, funny, opinionated, and amazing people. I …Read the full post »
Austin’s first kosher food trailer — Moses Falafel — will be opening to the public this Sunday, Jan. 8 on the campus of the Dell Jewish Community Center off Far West Boulevard.
If you dig Israeli food, or are vegetarian or vegan, this is something that likely has you squealing for joy right about now! And to top it off, follow Moses Falafel on Facebook and print out a buy one, get one free coupon to use this Sunday.
I haven’t tried the trailer yet, but I look forward to checking it out soon. …Read the full post »
Tasty Bits »
Throughout December, many of my blogger friends were posting daily on Facebook and their blogs about one thing per day that they were grateful for. There are many things and people in my life that I am thankful to have in my life, but as we enter this new year, I’m feeling especially happy to have a strong network of blogger friends — both near and far.
As you may know, I’m a founding board member and communications chair for the Austin Food Blogger Alliance (AFBA), a local ethical, social, educational, …
Restaurants, Tasty Bits »
I’ve now been off the Snap Kitchen 21-day Snap Commit program for a little over a week, and I miss those prepared meals! I’ve definitely noticed the difference in how I felt when I was on the program — energized! optimistic! — with the way I feel now (sluggish) and I miss having my own personal chef to make sure I’m putting the right things in my system.
Overall, I lost two pounds, my energy level was high, I slept well, and my skin was even clearer during the program. I …