I have been completely disorganised around here this week– er, month – but I did get one thing accomplished, besides a big cycling event that was, literally hell on wheels (more on that later…)
I got another article published on The Kitchn! My amazingly talented photographer friend, Amy Herr, did all the photographs, and I wrote the text. We drove over to Birmingham and spent a morning with the equally amazing Hanson Watkins, of Indie Candy, and she told us all about her business and shared delicious snacks with us.
Hop on over to www.thekitchn.com to read the whole story (there’s actually three), but while you’re here let me suggest giving Hanson’s website a gander if you have any sort of dietary limitations, or even if you don’t – her products are fantastic and you’re supporting a small business with a giant heart.
Not particularly travel related, but I did another article for http://www.thekitchn.com, for a “Kitchen Tour” featuring two local cooks, with my good friend and amazing photographer Amy Herr. Amy, to be truthful, does all the hard parts. I just show up and chat with people and then write the article. Check it out, and hopefully we’ll get to do another one soon!
I’m putting this identical post on both my blogs, because it’s very exciting, so bear with me if you are an amazing person who reads BOTH of my brain ramblings. I do apologize.
But – I’m published! With the lovely and talented Amy Herr, who is a food photographer in Atlanta and a good friend of mine, and the person who took the photo above. We got accepted as contributors to the blog “The Kitchn“, for their Kitchen Tour column, and our first tour went up on the site yesterday. Amy took all the photos and I wrote the text, and you can see it here.