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My Story – Best Shots of 2014

I kept my camera extremely busy in 2014. Looking back and trying to pick my favorites from each month was an extremely difficult task. I found myself getting lost in each gallery and reliving the moment I took the shot. Every picture I took has personal meaning that will live forever to be relived every […]

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One Last Muffaletta and Stroll Down Royale Street

Saturday morning while many people were making their way into New Orleans for the first weekend of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage festival we were looking to beat the crowds and make our way out of town after having a great Friday at Jazzfest. Over the last three days we absorbed as much New […]

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Entertained from Royale Street to Louis Armtrong Park: Jazzfest Day 2

The following is part two of a series. Please click here to view part one.   On our 1st full day in the big easy we fully immersed ourselves in the four things that draw us south to New Orleans a few times a year, food, drink, history & music. Royale Street has quickly become […]

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Dubai Day 2 – From the Desert to the Skyscraper

Originally posted on La Buena Vida:
Grilled chicken, soup and naan bread at Aden Yemenis Restaurant This circle and etching in glass lines up to show where the observation deck is on the Burj Khalif Inside the Burj Khalif witht he Persian Gulf behind me A view from the worlds tallest observation deck (124th floor,…

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New Orleans: Last Day, Cafe Beignet

In a previous post I mentioned that we visited the famous Cafe Du Monde during our trip to New Orleans, I also mentioned why you should visit this historic spot at least once when in the Crescent City. I then explained why after paying homage to the the mecca of beignets, I am not falling […]

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Dishcrawl Invades Durham’s Five Points

Durham’s Five Points neighborhood is the cultural hub of this historic old Tobacco Town. On Wednesday, July 10, join the experience as they take you on a moveable feast through four of downtown’s hippest (and tastiest) eateries. Hurry now to get your tickets! It’s a guessing game! They are keeping the names of the restaurants […]

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(Recipe) Beer Brats and Online Farmer’s Markets

If you check this blog out at all you are well aware that I am all about hitting up the area’s farmer’s markets and using the ingredients to make recipes. Now I am not going to sit here and act like I have been on farmer’s markets for years before it seemed like the cool […]

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Catheters, Pimento Grilled Cheese and Bill Smith

We all live different lives but if there is one thing we can all agree on it is that some days are more challenging  than others. Our day started at Duke University Children’s Hospital holding my nine month old son as doctors prodded him with needles for an IV. If that wasn’t bad enough, I […]

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TrifoodHack Takes Over Homegrown City Farm

Wednesday night TrifoodHack got together at Homegrown City Farm in Durham. Homegrown City Farm is run by Maryah Smith-Overman and Collier Reeves and the gracious hosts gave the group a tour of their farm, talked about what they hope to achieve while allowing us to pick and taste as we moved along.  They are currently […]

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TriFoodHack at Homegrown Farms

TriFoodHack is a bimonthly meetup for activists,bloggers, chefs, farmers, entrepreneurs and others that want to build a better food system. This group is a way for people to get together, network, eat some food and learn about one of our local urban farms. This round, we will hold a potluck at Homegrown City Farm! Bring […]

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