Yeah, So I've been doing stuff. I'm SOOOO busy these days I can't even ramble away in my blog.
But some highlights... Seder at 3202 was magnificent this year, with a whopping 25 people in attendance. I made a Sephardic-ish brisket rubbed with ras el hanout and cooked with lots of onions, apricots and pomegranate molasses.
I taught my third series of classes with Share Our Strength's Operation Frontline, called Eating Right. This was the first class where most participants were Spanish speakers. I learned more than I taught, honestly. Soy Cocinera... I think?
The night before, I had a great dinner with the ladies from FoodBuzz, who were in town to meet all the buzzing bloggers here in Seattle.
Personal Chef Katie Peterson and I directed the kitchen at this year's Eat Local Now! event and helped feed over 300 people. Besides the dishwasher running out of soap and key equipment going plotz, things went pretty well.
I got to meet The Splendid Table's Lynn Rosetto Kasper over oysters and white wine. We talked dirty.