Loyal readers of this blog, I am pleased to announce I have moved to KaleAndAle.com! The same blog (with a few tweaks and exciting things along the way) can be found at the new site.
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I did try to make this transition as easy as possible. I am excited and enjoy blogging and sharing, so I hope you continue reading. I think you for your support.
Things are quieter over here. Have you noticed? I do apologize, but big things are happening. I’m taking advantage of the last days before it gets crazy hot to run. I did my second 10k and am squeezing in a 5k and hopefully another 10k before the end of the Florida race season. And I have some exciting things in the works on the blog front. So stay tuned to this site and I will fill you in really soon. Until then, the blog posts will be a little lighter than normal. Sorry!
- Craft beer and baseball resources: Where to find good beer at the ballpark.
- The New York Times Magazine food issue is out! It has a great ‘veggie burger” cover and an article asking if fast food can be vegetarian and good.
- If you read my blog, you know about my love of my CSA. Well, Palm Beach County (the county I live in and where my CSA is) is the king for winter vegetables. Interesting read.
- Best food apps for travelers
- How potato chips are made, in GIF form. Too cute (though I’m a sucker for a good GIF).
- Ben and Jerry’s ice cream truck is back in Miami! They were supposed to be here yesterday, but will now get here Monday through the end of April. As before, tweet where you want them to be and they might come to you!
— Ben & Jerry’s Truck (@BenJerrysTruck) April 2, 2013
Happy Easter and Passover to all my friends and readers! Hope it’s filled with a lot of great food, drink and family.
It’s almost time for baseball! Can’t wait. I went to a few spring training games but am ready for the regular season. Here are some food notes, updates and changes related to your favorite team. Which, as they state, if you are a Marlins fan, is only 268 people.
I came across a pretty cool chart for beer and food pairings (didn’t post it here because it’s large and deep).
The race to grow and eat the world’s hottest chili. This is a hot story!
This is a great bit. A man tells Williamsburg hipsters that a Guy Fieri restaurant is moving into the neighborhood. It will be “factory farm to table” and, for some reason, they are horrified.