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Interview: Michael Ditchfield, Author of ‘Life’s Too Short for Leftovers – 9 Lessons from a Third World Kitchen’

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"I try to challenge the reader to look beyond the boundaries of their limitations to enhance peace and reconciliation in another world." Read More »

Review (LA): ‘The Last Temptation of Paula Deen’ and ‘God of Abraham’ at the Hollywood Fringe


A comic celebrity profile and a surreal sketch show wrapped up the Fringe's final weekend. Read More »

Gadget Review: Fruiti Freeze – Homemade Frozen Desserts!

Fruiti Freeze

The Fruiti Freeze is a dessert engine, pumping out treat after treat until your freezer runs out of ingredients. Read More »

Cooking Gadget Review: GrillGrates


I'm not going to claim GrillGrates finally made me a real man, but they do cook a mean and tasty steak. Read More »

eBook Review: ‘Her Secret Ingredient’ by Lisabet Sarai

Her Secret Ingredient

Another great read from Totally Bound's 'What's Her Secret?' series. Read More »

Kitchen Gadget Review: Grilled Cheesus (Oh Yes, It’s Real)


A great gift for those with a healthy sense of humor or someone looking for their workplace White Elephant gift exchange, it also makes a fine grilled cheese sandwich. Read More »

Recipe: French Chocolate Sorbet

Chocolate sorbet

This version of chocolate sorbet comes from Le Zinc French Bistro in San Francisco. Read More »

Book Review: White Jacket Required: A Culinary Coming-of-Age-Story by Jenna Weber

You can make all your writing dreams come true by believing in yourself and following your passions. Read More »

Book Review: Murder for the Halibut (Clueless Cook Mystery Series #3) by Liz Lipperman

Murder for the Halibut cements Lipperman as a spot-on writing virtuoso. A real storyteller, she’s the Victoria Gotti of storytelling. Read More »

Book Review: If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance by Paige Shelton

If Mashed Potatoes Could Dance is an entertaining tale on par with the best storytellers in all the land of fiction. Read More »