One of the best part of foodCrafters is that I get to taste hunt for talented artisans and new food finds. In each episode I showcase some of the artisans I’ve long admired as well as some I’ve just discovered, but there’s only so much time so some things never make it on. To share the stories and products of the various food adventurers I meet, I’ve decided to join OpenSky.
Being known as the food person in your circle is a bit of a double-edged sword. On one hand, you garner respect for your culinary knowledge, but on the other hand you risk becoming an on-call concierge for friends looking for mealtime advice. While it’s flattering and makes for a delicious form of r&d, it also makes for a lot of emailing. So, for everyone’s convenience, I’m going to start periodically posting my recommendations here.
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A snapshot of some of my many travel journals…
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“She was so young,” I murmured.
“I’m sorry for your loss” was the reply.
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Directly inspired by this TED talk by Arianna Huffington, I decided upon the following as my 2011 resolution: get more sleep.