Logan Gulleff – Interview About His First Cookbook Cooking Dreams
Nov29

Logan Gulleff – Interview About His First Cookbook Cooking Dreams

Logan Guleff, known on social media as Logan Jr Chef, has set the bar for kid chefs (or chefs of any age). I first ‘met’ Logan on Twitter during Season 2 when he won MasterChef Junior. He kindly agreed to guest host Diva Foodies’ Tweet Chat, #FoodTVChat. Logan was 11 then. He’s 15 now and has written his first cookbook. But not just a any cookbook. Logan’s Chef Notes & Half Bake Tales – Cooking Dreams is a...

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WoW = Whiskies of the World
Nov14

WoW = Whiskies of the World

WoW ~ Whiskies & Cigars & Chocolates Oh My! It must be Whiskies of the World. I’ve been looking forward to the night Whiskies of the World would make it’s way back to Atlanta and on November 4th Director Douglas Smith opened the doors again. Proceeds from the event benefited the North Atlanta Rotary Foundation. Thank you Whiskies of the World for the VIP media pass. My entree to the event was complementary and all...

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kid chef Bakes ~ Interview With Lisa Huff
Nov02

kid chef Bakes ~ Interview With Lisa Huff

Lisa Huff describes herself on Linkedin in as “Freelance Recipe Developer, Blogger/Writer, Food Stylist, Photographer, & Award Winning Home Chef.” On her social channels you’ll find lots of divalicious food porn photos. So it wasn’t a big surprise that Lisa would want to write a cookbook. What was a surprise was even though Lisa’s a mom with two cute kids, her first cookbook kid chef Bakes was written...

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Interview With Founders Lani Preis & Marla Zafft of chick*u*do
Sep29

Interview With Founders Lani Preis & Marla Zafft of chick*u*do

Launching a new business is exciting but often an experience where you feel you’re walking on egg shells. For Lani Preis and Marla Zafft their innovative, school lunch tool chick*u*do has to appeal to two audiences: parents and kids. That’s a pretty tall order. Lani and my paths have crossed many times in the Atlanta marketing world. When I learned about her new venture I was intrigued especially since chick*u*do is not a...

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Give Me Five for No Kid Hungry
Sep11

Give Me Five for No Kid Hungry

I walked into the party.… As I walked into the posh Atlanta Athletic Club the words from Carly Simon’s song You’re So Vain played in my head which was odd because the party, Give Me Five, was a charity event for a well deserving campaign* No Kid Hungry. I am sure the people attending were not “so vain.” But still you know when a song gets stuck in your head… However, the lyrics that did make sense...

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