...isn't that how Shakespeare phrased it?! Perhaps not, but I do often explain my passion for food as an outward expression of my love for family and friends. I strongly believe that those who love to cook are more interested in the pleasure it gives others than to themselves. … [Read more...] about If Food be the Music of Love, Cook on…How About Some Chicken Soup?
The 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titantic is approaching on April 14, 2012. As a professional marketer who loves a great promotion, I will bet that this year will see a flurry of fabulous events hosted in cities around the world. As a foodie I see it as another way … [Read more...] about Planning your Titantic Tribute: 1st Class Menu
It's the season for soup in northern climes, so it is fitting that soup figures prominately in S2E3 (and 4) of Downton Abbey. In Episode 3, the famous General Sir Herbert Strutt comes to inspect Downton Abbey, which has been newly transformed into a convalescent … [Read more...] about Branson vs. (Rabbie) Burns Broth
There is much happening in the WWI world of Downton Abbey. In the most recent episode aired on PBS (Season 2, Episode 4), Ethel gets her wish for a life outside of service, Matthew and William play hide and seek with the Hun, miracles occur when the Crawley sisters perform a … [Read more...] about Let Them Eat Soup: Downton’s Soup Kitchen
The moment that so many PBS viewers have been waiting for is coming this Sunday: the Christmas Episode. If you still haven't taken down your Christmas decorations, this is your one last chance (seriously, take them down) to be in fashion.I was in my kitchen yesterday working on … [Read more...] about Hosting a Downton Abbey Viewing Party? What About the (Eton) Mess?