Archive for the ‘Food’ Category


HeatEatReview, good information on Frozen food menus.

October 5, 2006

HeatEat Review.


I can’t believe I paid $1.99 for this.

If you’ve ever said the above about a frozen meal, maybe you should be reading HeatEatReview. The mission is to eat at work, then report back to you on ease of preparation, deliciousness, and bang for the buck.

They’re a team of dedicated non-profit employees willing to sacrifice our tastebuds and stomachs so that you don’t have to walk down the frozen food aisle wondering what is good. Also, They’re a bunch of dedicated non-profit employees, which means that they can’t afford to eat gourmet salads every day of the week.


3LayerCake, all the best on food and Design.

October 4, 2006

3Layer Cake.


3LC profiles and interviews exceptional individuals in the food, design, and ‘dysfunction’ (lifestyle) fields. A particular emphasis is placed on minorities, women, and recently launched individuals in the design field in order to give an additional outlet of visibility for their work. High-profile local, national, and international industry leaders in all three areas are also included, especially if their work falls into more than one category! Generally speaking the people who appear on Three Layer Cake are catalysts, pioneers, and almost always just plain superstars (or rising superstars). The site is updated weekly.


Low-Carb proposals.

September 28, 2006

Livin, La Vida Low-Carb.


The Blog first came online in April 2005: to encourage and educate people about the low-carb lifestyle. His 180-pound weight loss on the Atkins diet in 2004 was merely the beginning of something special that now literally attracts tens of thousands of readers monthly to the “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb” blog–AND IT’S STILL GROWING! Browse the archives of over 1,200 blog posts and experience for yourself the buzz behind “Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb.”


Eating – food and menus.

September 26, 2006

What we ‘re eating.


 Amanda ’ve been cooking since she was five and in the restaurant industry since 1996. She grew up in Virginia with a dad that went to culinary school (although he’s made his living as a soil scientist/bureaucrat). They always ate wonderfully growing up, and it really turned her into almost a “food snob”. After she moved to Baton Rouge to attend LSU, She realized that the food she was eating in the restaurants was second rate and that she could make nearly everything better herself. That’s the great thing about cooking, you get to cater your meals to your specific desires. For the past few years Tyler and she have been eating 3/4 of the meals out of the home kitchen, and loving every minute of it (unless she has a ‘culinary failure’). During the summer of 2005 she and her husband were inspired to start up a blog about food and here they are, now living in San Diego and continuing to blog and eat through a new town!


Drink Recipes.

September 26, 2006

Liquor Snob.


News and tips on all things alcoholic, including beer and wine, breathalyzers, cocktails and spirits; plus drink recipes, booze reviews and more. All the news that’s fit to drink.


Vegetarian food and cooking.

September 26, 2006

 Vegetarian Organic Life.


This blog is designed to give you bite size bits of helpful and relevant information about good food, balanced nutrition and healthy organic living.No matter who you are or what you do, time is precious. That’s why This is designed to give you bite size bits of helpful and relevant information about good food, balanced nutrition and healthy organic living.

No matter who you are or what you do, time is precious. That’s why Vegetarian Organic Life is designed with your busy schedule in mind. It’s a concise publication that can serve as your reminder to focus on what makes it possible for you to reach your goals, enjoy your loved ones and live your life the way you want to—your health.


A Passion for Food.

September 25, 2006



  • A man with a passion for good food and a wonderful life with a dash of irreverence. Read at your own risk. Advertising director by day, wino by night. All photos on this site by Matt Armendariz.