I struggled with how to approach this dispatch, especially since I have a little friendly competition of sorts from my new friend Cole Dittmer of the Lumina News. While we are not being judged for our literary prowess – or … Continue reading Battle Sriracha Cha!: Kirsten’s Curry Steals the Show
I love my job. I didn’t always, but circumstances have led me full circle back to the place I once left because I was very unhappy – and it is completely different than it used to be. I consider myself very lucky to be able to do something to pay my bills that also brings me fulfillment on a more personal level. I am all too aware that not everyone has the opportunity to do what they love for a living; I feel blessed. Other people seem to notice, too, as they comment about how both I and my place … Continue reading Be a “Docker” – The Fire is Lit!
I was sitting at home on Friday evening catching up with what people were saying on Twitter, and came across a tweet from Marc’s on Market about a cooking class on Sunday. If you don’t know, Marc & Sara Copenhaver own and operate the restaurant Marc’s on Market at 7213 Market Street here in Wilmington. I was looking forward to a day off on Sunday and had no plans; going to a cooking class sounded like fun. So I called and left a message for a reservation and made a note on my calendar. Those of you who know what … Continue reading Inspired Cooking with Marc Copenhaver
I’m off to do good for others today. So while I am out, here’s a little something for you to digest. I look forward to your comments! Since we all know I don’t have a life, I thought I’d take some of the copious time on my hands to write about food from a different perspective: The Dining-Out Experience. No, I have not gone off half-cocked and appointed myself a culinary expert. This isn’t about the food. Well, OK, it isn’t all about the food. It’s about the total package of the dining-out experience from the perspective of a customer. … Continue reading The Top 10 Reasons I am a “Regular”
If you don’t know what this whole “Pizza Project” thing is about, you can read my intro here http://eatwilmington.wordpress.com/2012/04/05/the-pizza-project/. Or not. Right now, I’m talking about take-out pizza (my third category of pizza exploration) from Antonio’s Pizza & Pasta in … Continue reading The Pizza Project 3.1: Antonio’s Take Out