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My fellow Maple Syrup fans (and those who love us), today is a great day! It may forever go down in history as the day that saved REAL maple syrup.
As loyal readers know, I am extremely passionate about maple syrup. Having been born in Canada, my parents would take me to sugar shacks every spring, and we would visit pancake houses where the maple syrup flowed freely.
Today, six senators from New York, Maine, and Vermont, led by chief sponsor Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), introduced the Maple Agriculture Protection and Law …
I wrote a guest blog post about the tour of M. Chapoutier wine tour that the kind folks at Whole Foods organized for us during our foodie fantasy trip. Click here or the image below to check it out. We also took pictures of ourselves all over Europe with a Whole Foods paper bag and I included a less than one minute video of the bags’ adventures.
Whole Foods also organized an amazing cheese tour in Paris. Check back to tomorrow for that post!
Austin Post: Jodi Bart Wins the Whole Foods …Read the full post »
On Thursday morning, I was lying in bed deciding whether to snooze the alarm for another ten minutes, or drag myself into the shower. Instead of doing either of these, I rolled over, grabbed my iPhone from the bedside table, and checked email and Facebook.
The Austin Chronicle posted a link to their Best of Austin winners, and I immediately checked out the food section to see if any of the people or businesses I loved had been recognized.
I was completely blown away to see my name listed in the readers …
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It’s always fun seeing your name in print, and I was happy to share some thoughts with the Austin Business Journal on recommendations for restaurants engaging on social media.
I responded to a request on Twitter from writer Vicky Garza, and she conducted the interview via email. Her query:
“I am working on an article about the role of social media for restaurants. You seem pretty active on Twitter. Do you know of any examples where social media (or the lack of) has really hurt/helped an Austin-area restaurant? Why is it important …
This post is for my records (and for my parents to enjoy), folks. Please feel free to move along — I promise not to quiz you later.
Some lovely friends and local media recently covered the Foodie Fantasy win and ice cream social, and one of the ways I use this blog is to record that kind of stuff.
Thank you to Addie Broyles, who encouraged her readers to attend the ice cream social through her Relish Austin blog on Austin 360.com.
Graeter’s hits Austin stores with a bang, free ice cream social …