Prada Cahier White

Wilke Shapiro. Doug "Hot Oil" Jotzke also had his second win for the People's Choice latke ("I cook for the people!"). Joe McConville of Gusto Pizza was a helluva good sport as the celebrity chef, but came in third. And Joe is a goy (as evidenced by the side of fried prosciutto bits served with his latke delish by the way) and already makes a mean pizza; you can't be good at everything. I will note that there wasn't a single bad bite in the bunch.I was honored to share the judging dais with two rabbis (it occurred to me too late that they probably would have given me their prosciutto bits ) and chef and Tacopocalypse owner Sam Auen. Northland Gallery and Tacopocalypse/Auen hosted the event and it was just the right size space.All in all, not a bad way to get a free dinner. When grease and potatoes combine for a good cause, everybody wins.Grinnell College's executive chef Scott Turley is fresh off a big win at the National Association of College and University Food Services regional competition on March 2 4 at Michigan State University. Turley beat out eight other Midwestern college/uni chefs to move on to the national conference Culinary Challenge on July 10 in Baltimore. The challenge will include a "mandatory protein," which this year is lobster. Fifth St.) hosts "Yoga and Breakfast" the fourth Sunday of every month? Well ya do now. This month, it's Sunday. Yogi Teri Daggett is teaching, but there will be a rotating cast of yogis to lead the class. It's a one hour, all levels Vinyasa class followed by a hearty continental brunch featuring local, organic ingredients. and is $25 per person. Bring your own yoga mat. March 29 at the Windsor Heights Community and Events Center in Windsor Heights. Enjoy live music, dances and a traditional meal. The menu for the event includes cevapi (minced sausages) served with three kinds of pita, sarma (cabbage leaves stuffed with rice and ground beef), cufte (meatballs) and Bosanski lonac (a traditional Bosnian stew). There will also be a variety of traditional Bosnian sweets. and the program begins at 6:30.

You ain't nothin' if you ain't an app these days and I've got a couple of hot food lovers' apps for you to check out. The first was created by two local guys, working under the name Fresh Tomato Inc., who have come up with Cilantro. Long time friends Gabe Nanaziashvili and Alex Niswander want to put diners in direct touch with their favorite local chefs. Here's the deal: Chefs who subscribe to the app can message diners (who can get the app for free at Apple's App Store) directly. And diners can make and manage reservations with a couple of dexterous digits.So let's say David Baruthio of Baru 66, Cilantro's first official customer, wants to tell his devoted cadre of diners that he just got a bucketload of fresh scallops in and he'll be doing something Frenchy and fabulous with them. He just types up a message, sends it out into the webs and voila! All the scallop lovers who are hooked up with the app know they'd better head to Baru for dinner.Each restaurant has its own app; just go to the App Store, search for "Baru" and install it (the actual "Cilantro Suite" app is just for the restaurants' end of things). I'll keep you posted when I learn of other area restaurants using Cilantro. For the moment, Cilantro is only available for Apple stuff, but they're working on an Android version as we speak.Another appworth looking intoNot midwifed locally, but still cool, is an app for farm to table food lovers called Farm Star Living.With the app, you get instant access to information on day trips Prada Cahier White or vacations at farms that offer all sorts of fun and activities cafes, corn mazes, petting zoos, hay rides, farm tours, cabins for rent. Here's what I love: You also can get a list of farm to table restaurants in whatever city you happen to be heading to. The list in Des Moines includes HoQ, The Gathering Table (Wallace Centers of Iowa), Table 128 and Proof, plus Devotay in Iowa City.And, calling all the gorgeous Prada Green Bag

perks whatsoever is repeat champion Steve "Fry Daddy" Prada Zip Wallet

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

farms and devoted local food serving restaurants out there you can get on the list. There are only five restaurants and five farms representing Iowa, for Pete squeaks. We can do better than that. I can rattle off a dozen farms and restaurants that should be on this site. Get thee to the website and sign up.Fry Daddy defends his latke crownSo, it's come and gone, the second annual Thrilla in the Skillet Latke Cook Off and I got to put in my 2 cents' worth as a judge. Read: I got to eat a truckload of latkes and then give my opinion, which normally, I am soooo loathe to do. JK! I love spouting opinions. Because all of mine are good and right and true. Anyway, the event is a fundraiser for the DMARC food pantries. Ticket sales, a silent auction of donated items and other donations raised more than $3,000 for the cause. Not too shabby for two guys who started this last year on a (crazy) whim.And the winner of the Golden Spatula which carries with it no value or Prada Handbags Canvas

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

´╗┐Looking for a new foodie app

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Prada Cahier White

Adidas Superstar Black White
Prada Bags Tote

Prada Double Bag Black Red

Prada Luggage Bag

Prada Blue Handbag

Adidas Superstar Xeno Silver
Adidas Superstar Metallic Rose Gold
Prada Handbag Saffiano

Adidas Superstar J White
Prada Sling Bag Man

Prada Sunglasses New Collection

Prada Bags For Sale Philippines

Prada Nylon Bags 2017

Adidas Superstar All Red
Prada Purse Price

Home / Prada Cahier White