And a special thanks to Gary Vitti for taking the time to talk.
I’m a little late getting to this, but I’ve been meaning to post a link to the giant gallery of photos from the epic, 20+ restaurant food journey through Tijuana, Baja Ensenada and the Valle de Guadalupe. The trip, which included a large group of talented food writers and chefs, was an absolutely eye-opening experience. While I knew there’d be tremendous street food, I had no clue that the fine dining scene in Tijuana would be so downright wonderful.
As of today, I begin my work as a writer for Squid Ink, the LA Weekly food blog. I’m really excited about it and I think there are going to be a lot of good, fun posts coming out.
I’m gonna be blogging a little less on this site, but will still post any relevant info as it comes along. In the meantime, go check out my first post for Squid Ink — and start subscribing to/reading all the other stuff there too. There are some pretty cool changes afoot over the next few weeks.
I’ve been slightly dormant of late, but wanted to show off some really cool stuff. This is in no way related to food, but then, I never called this a food website (it’s a “me” website, and “me” just happens to like food a lot).
There’s an artist named Andrew Frueh who does stuff solo, as well as with his wife Melissa, that I really enjoy. In fact, I’ve known them both for a long time, but hadn’t checked their work out in a while (mostly because I’m a self-obsessed prick)…
Friend and food blogger Tannaz has informed me of an awesome bake sale on Sunday the 14th at Scoops! Say what? Scoops and a bake sale at the same place?
They even have contributions from Lark Cake Shop, CakeMonkey, Spork Foods, Large Marge Sustainables, Kiss My Bundt Bakery, Whisk LA, Taste on Melrose and Laurel Avenue Bakery. There are also going to be home made jams.
No Cookie Left Behind Bake Sale
Sunday, June 14th
712 N Heliotrope Dr.
Los Angeles, CA 90029