On National Pizza Day, we celebrate a dish that’s all about bringing people together. I should know. I wrote a book about it.
This is an amazing read. highly recommended!
Whirlwind week. I wanted to give everyone an update, and hopefully, some relief after I was admitted to Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in Hamilton last week.
I’m sure some of you heard the news in an article via The Daily Beast that touched on the prior restraint fight I’ve been involved with in New Jersey regarding my reporting on a 5-year-old kindergarten student in Trenton who was found with drugs twice at school in two months.
It had been shaping into a whopper of a fight featuring the state Attorney General, The Trentonian and me and had attracted the glare of the national and local media and the Society of Professional Journalists.
My focus had been squarely on that until last week, when I got sucker-punched with another cancer diagnosis.
Since then, I have been put on a cocktail of drugs and have been run through a battery of…
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[Writer’s note: This is a late and abbreviated version of CrankyYank—I’m taking some “me” time during the Labor Day holiday week, so I’m republishing my post from Leav…
Starting today at 5 p.m., there will be a world-renowned chef masquerading as a gamer girl.
Gamer-streaming site Twitch has announced that it will stream all 200+ episodes of The French Chef, officially expanding its reach (like so many others) in to content offerings.
I found this little nugget to be a GREAT excuse to launch Teaser Tuesday, where I’ll tease portions of my books across all my sites.
Why is this relevant to Pizza for Good? Glad you asked.
Chapter Nine of PFG features “Only Child,” my French interpretation of Chicken Piccata. The recipe will blow your mind with its level of flavor. You can use it to wow dinner guests, or slap it on a pizza and make some money for charity. Whatever you wish.
I paid homage to Julia Child in other ways, too. Check out the full recipe on “Only Child II: Gorgeous Gougéres,” which can double as a party treat.
Now, because we can: here’s Julia Child Remixed, courtesy of PBS Digital Studios:
I dropped by Emerald City Bagels‘ pop-up shop in Cabbagetown and got a bunch of fresh NY-style bagels for my PizzaAtHome meal tonight.
Emerald City = highly recommended
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