Writing a food blog I get a lot of companies who want to send me their products to review. The thing is, those products are always edible. Recently though I received an email from a website where you can turn your photos into canvas prints offering me a free print of any photo I wanted. I was originally going to pass on the offer since I wasn’t sure how a canvas print would really relate to a food blog, but … Continue Reading »
Earlier this year I was invited to a “media dinner” at Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar. The way these types of dinners work is that they invite a bunch of people who write about food, feed them tons of different menu items, give them a bunch of drinks and then in the end it’s sort of implied that you’ll write something about the restaurant. In other words, media dinners rule!
Over the course of the two and a … Continue Reading »
When headed out to dinner in Las Vegas most people get excited about the numerous four and five-star restaurants run by world-famous chefs. Me? I freak out about places like Heart Attack Grill, which was the first dining stop I made on my recent trip to Sin City. After all, you can get a great steak or some delicious sushi at plenty of different restaurants in Vegas, but there’s only one place where you can enjoy French fries that … Continue Reading »
A few weeks ago I got an email from Planters letting me know that they’d like to send me samples of some of their seasonal nuts. I sort of took the term “samples” to mean that I’d get a few of those airplane sized bags of various types of nuts, but the following week I arrived home from work to find a pretty decent sized box on my front porch that contained almost eight pounds of Planters nuts. Now, I … Continue Reading »
You may not be aware of it, but today, November 15th, is National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day. I have no idea how long this so-called holiday has been around or who started it since this is the first time I’ve ever heard of it, but I decided to celebrate anyway by doing a little fridge cleaning of my own. Now, when most people clean out their refrigerators the food usually just ends up going straight into the trash. Not … Continue Reading »
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