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[23 Aug 2010 | 6 Comments | 2,952 views]
Bloody Valentine Plum Tarts

For my Food Lover’s Book Club discussion of Anthony Bourdain’s┬áMedium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook, I decided to make “Bloody Valentine Plum Tarts.” I found a recipe for “Warm Plum Bleeding Heart Pies,” online and decided to add dripping blood shapes and red sprinkles to the crust to create a more realistic bloody valentine look.
These tarts would be perfect for a Halloween dessert or dinner with an ex-husband or wife.
Bloody Valentine Plum Tarts
Based on Melissa’s Everyday Cooking with Organic Produce …

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[7 Jul 2010 | 15 Comments | 2,531 views]
Anthony Bourdain’s “Medium Raw”

I don’t think of myself as a food reviewer and I’m definitely not a book reviewer. When I visit a restaurant or read a book, I just know what I like. Sure, I guess I could break down (with the help of friends) the elements that worked for me and those that didn’t. But for me, the pleasure is in the enjoyment of the thing, not the dissection of the sum of it’s parts.

While not a book review, I wanted to share with you some of my favorite parts of …

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KGSR, Media, Memories, Tours »

[3 Sep 2009 | 11 Comments | 4,166 views]
David Alan of Annie’s and The Tipsy Texan Mixes Drinks on KGSR

The Winston Churchill High School class of 1996 is having a good week in the world of food media — Dhani Jones was on Man v. Food, David Freedenberg will be on No Reservations, and I was on the KGSR “Late Show” for my weekly Tasty Touring segment.
While a local radio gig may not be as big a deal as being a regular guest with Anthony Bourdain, or having your own show like Dhani Tackles the Globe, my mom still thinks it’s cool.

This Monday, Sept. 7 at 9 p.m. CT, …

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