February 12, 2013 |
Dr. Tomoko Kurokawa shares several passions: medicine, travel and food. She also writes compelling stories about her experiences and adventures on her blog, Tomostyle . The family practitioner who lives in Los Angeles and Tokyo brings a fresh perspective on travel to places most of us never go. Her medical missions have taken her to wartime Liberia and post- quake Haiti where food often was in short supply. And she has eaten things most of us would never try (more on that later)
August 6, 2012 |
This morning's #Weekendeats chat on Twitter got pretty fruity as people shared their photos and recipes of fruity desserts, drinks and snacks from over the weekend. Peaches and blueberries seemed to be favorites, making appearances in everything from salsa to pies. Here are some of the highlights: Daisy from the blog Daisy's World started things off with a kick with her boozy ice bellini pops and the blog Buttercream Blondie kept things shaking with peachy bourbon crumble cupcakes . Kristina of the blog Onblank made a simple fresh peach sauce to go with some waffles, and Emily Baker of the blog 'A Gilt Nutmeg' shared a beautiful white peach cream cheese tart . For the blueberry lovers, Carrie Fehr of the blog Kitchen Garden made blue corn blueberry pancakes . Diana Hossfeld of the blog Diana Takes a Bite shared a picture of her very first pie made with blueberries and peaches.
January 15, 2008
More arts and entertainment coverage on the Web. POP MUSIC Call your own Grammy tune Will Grammy voters -- or should they -- say "no, no, no" to the newly blond Amy Winehouse come ballot time? Weigh in yourself at the Extended Play blog at www.TheEnvelope.com. CELEBRITIES Skirting the lack of glamour issue So, the 65th annual Golden Globes had no red carpet and no stars. Translation: no designer gowns. But the Golden Globes still had a smattering of style. TV anchorwoman style, that is. So let's do a fashion recap, shall we?
August 11, 2009 |
The massive cyber attack last week that security experts said was aimed at silencing a single blogger in the country of Georgia instead made him a global celebrity. Cyxymu, as he is known on his mostly anti-Russia blog, has been the subject of news reports worldwide ever since he was identified as the target of the attack that took down Twitter for several hours and crippled other popular online services. "I am not happy that [my] blogs were attacked," said the blogger, speaking on his cellphone from outside the Georgian capital of Tbilisi.
February 9, 2012 |
This is a test file. Trying out the p2p blog platform after fully mastering all the elements of Typepad. Should be a super experience. Looking forward to all things p2p. Could be blogging something about the Clippers .