• Food | March 25, 2021

    The Flavor Bible Gains a New Disciple

    I own dozens of cookbooks about every cuisine you can possibly imagine. So, when a friend suggested one I hadn’t heard of, called The Flavor Bible, my first reaction was one of indifference. 

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  • Food | March 19, 2021

    Join me. Join the movement.

    Give a garden or grow a garden. Together we are going to do some great things.

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  • Food | February 16, 2021

    You Might Be Surprised by What's in Your Food

    Packaged and processed foods are scary. It’s nearly impossible to keep up with which ingredients are safe to eat and which ones cause some kind of harm.

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  • Food | January 05, 2021

    Quarantine Recipes: Domenica's Biscotti

    When I was growing up, my childhood home was full of mouthwatering smells wafting through the halls, luring us like a siren song to my mom’s kitchen.

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  • Food | October 14, 2020

    For the Love of Olive Oil

    Anyone who knows me can attest to how obsessed I am with olive oil. I talk about it almost as much as I consume it...

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  • Food | October 07, 2020

    Night harvest at Domenica Fiore

    It’s my favourite day of the year, right up there with Christmas. The first day (or in our case night) of harvest at our Domenica Fiore olive oil estate in Orvieto, Italy.

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  • Food | September 15, 2020

    Why Do French and Italian Tomatoes Taste So Damn Good?

    The main reason I love to travel to France and Italy is for food, specifically the tomatoes you find in these countries.

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  • Food | July 28, 2020

    My Vegan Experiment: Six Months With No Fish

    I always used to picture vegans as frail, pasty people who wore flowers in their hair and meditated a lot. My perception changed when I watched a documentary by filmmaker Louie Psihoyos called The Game Changers last December.

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  • Food | June 26, 2020

    Quarantine Recipes: West African Chicken Curry

    If I were on a desert island and offered only one bag of groceries, it would include canned tomatoes, pasta, olive oil and a couple of jars of peanut butter (no bread needed). 

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