Tag: cook-n-scribble

52 sundays; april 6, 2014

A few weeks ago, The Professor and I headed up to Chicago and hung out in the lobby hoping to catch up with friends at the IACP (International Association of Culinary Professionals) conference. It was nice to connect with people we haven’t seen for a while and finally meet those […]

52 sundays; august 18, 2013

The two-story white farm house is tucked away at the end of a winding gravel road; deer and other wildlife share the land with a couple of dogs and a few other homes along that road but here, life is tranquil and meditative. The front end of two old rusted […]


I signed up for a Food-Writing-101 class on a whim back in late February thinking it would help me become a better food writer – I mean, that’s what the title says, yes? And while I understand I am capable of putting two sentences together, I’ve never considered myself a […]

52 sundays; april 29, 2012

The Professor and I made it back safely from Santa Fe but we hit the ground running; this past week was the last week of regular classes for The Professor and end-of-month work for moi – it feels as if I’ve been yanked through the week like a misbehaving child […]