We are absolutely going on a break. Tis the holiday season, and while we would usually be using the break between our podcast seasons to work on the next season, we’ll also be celebrating.Read More
A blog about food, family, and travel by the mostly-vegan Chef Chris Clarke.
Dr. René Shingles being the first African American Woman inducted into the National Athletic Trainers’ Association prestigious Hall of Fame is an amazing tribute to the educator’s distinguished career.Read More
Back when I was hitting up the internet dating sites (hard!), a friend helped me set up my profile. For the question about naming one of my good qualities, she said “Showing up!”Read More
It was not a waste of time to chat with MEANS Database COO Sammie Paul. She's traveled to many of the areas in the world I have, so we had lot's to chat about.Read More
It happens. For every yes I get from someone, agreeing to be a guest on the podcast, I get about 20 no’s/no reply to my request.Read More
Chef Tai Sing cooks for the Stephen Mather Mountain Party circa 1915 in the Sierra Nevada mountains.Read More
Developing premium, approachable coffee is Sumi Ali’s goal. He’s also always on the lookout for excellent customer service, friendly middle of the country diners and ribs.Read More
Talking about mental health has become less a social minefield and more of a way to share and shine a light on what many folks go through.Read More
Halloween is my all-time favorite holiday. I adore Xmas, and Thanksgiving is always an opportunity to put myself into a stuffing coma (a stuffoma if you will), but Halloween is truly magical to me.Read More
You meet the nicest peopl on benches! Fellow traveler and food lover Nadine O hasn’t figured it all out yet. Yet she loves to learn as she goes.Read More
Holy shit, I wrote a book! Can you believe it? I sure as hell can’t.
Here is a look at the mockup of the front cover.Read More
We will soon be hiding the Halloween candy from ourselves and girding our loins for the coming political/holiday season. Is there anything more divisive than the holiday table?Read More