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Green Bean and Tomato Salad with Tarragon Dressing

I have a revolving front door. People come and go regularly. And when they come, they come hungry. To stay ahead of the game, I prepare a few salads that can either be eaten as a side dish or by themselves. 204 more words


Wineland Team Building at Le Pommier

Team building activities can be of great benefit to a workforce,  developing employee motivation and improving group communication.

Le Pommier Wine Estate offers a range of activities suitable to corporate team building. 266 more words

Cape Winelands

Marinated Eggplant Sandwich with Mozzarella and Soppressata

This past summer, I had the opportunity to visit a friend in Italy. Everything about Italy was fantastic; the scenery, the wine, the food…and the sandwiches were the best. 188 more words


Koreans and Success

As many of you may know, my wife is Korean, not a “Fresh off the Boat” type of Korean (she was born in the U.S.), but still 100% and in-tune with Korean customs, culture, and to a certain extent, language (but that is for another discussion on a different blog). 950 more words


Lamb Moussaka

I have been feeling restless lately, a little stuck. In pursuit of personal development, I have been pushing myself outside of my comfort zone.

I learned a new knitting stitch, increased my running speed, and cooked a dish I love but have always been intimidated to prepare. 820 more words

Red Wine

Rhône Variety Wine Dinner at Fare

For the past few months, I have been helping out a local restaurant, Fare, with their wine program, and last month, we hosted the first wine dinner, which focused on the by-the-glass wine offerings at the restaurant. 190 more words


N’awlins-Style Rice with Shrimp and Sausage Recipe

In honor of Mardi Gras, here is a great recipe for a classic New Orleans dish. It’s super easy to prepare. Make plenty to share with friends or to have for leftovers. 216 more words